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The defense must be opened

The secrecy surrounding Norwegian soldiers' missions abroad damages the Armed Forces.

(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)

[27. July 2007] These days, the Danish soldiers leave home from Iraq. Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen has promised that all the country's soldiers will be out of Iraq during August. The withdrawal occurs after seven Danish soldiers have been killed, and a strong debate surrounding the Danish contribution to the US occupation of Iraq. At the same time, Weekendavisen runs a series of interviews with the soldiers, reflecting on their own mission. So far, they have shown doubts about their own motivation and criticized participation as such.

A similar, Norwegian series is. . .

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