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2008/12/1-6 [Politics/Foreign/Canada] UID:52136 Activity:nil
12/1    No, being Canadian didn't help in Mumbai.
        http://csua.org/u/n0s
        \_ The gunmen were going to places that British + Americans
           frequented at. They had no idea if this guy was a Canadian
           or not.
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