Carlo Bonini

Investigative reporter for La Repubblica

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Co-author of Collusion: International Espionage and the War on Terror; investigative reporter for the Italian newspaper La Repubblica

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In his  2003 State of the Union Address , President Bush said that Saddam Hussein was seeking uranium from Africa.

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