Erekat seeks foreign help in 'Palestine Papers'

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January 27, 2011 11:29

 
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The chief Palestinian negotiator says he has asked the US, Britain and France for help in bringing three of their nationals for questioning in connection with the leak of confidential Palestinian documents.

Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat said Thursday he would like to question three men in connection with the leak, but that he is not accusing them of wrongdoing.

He says one is a former British intelligence officer, the second a US citizen working for Al-Jazeera and the third a French national.

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