Talk:CRS analyses al Qaeda statements
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The article contradicts itself in terms of dates - it says that the article was written on the 17th, and that the report was released "today", and then goes ahead to state that the report was released on the 16th. Otherwise it isn't bad. Ambi 12:46, 18 Nov 2004 (UTC)
- Sorry, the newsletter was 17th and report 16th. I changed it all to the report's release date.
- A better title would be welcome (what is CRS?). --carlosar 01:15 Nov 18 2004 (UTC)
- "Congressional Research Service analyses al Qaeda statements" seems too long for a headline. CRS is clearly defined in the first paragraph. Added (CRS) for the quick reader. --119 03:52, 18 Nov 2004 (UTC)
- Are the references right? It seems Secrecy News, 17 November 2004 and "Al Qaeda: Statements and Evolving Ideology " are the same source (it seems it has been written in a wrong way). --carlosar 01:15 Nov 18 2004 (UTC)
- Secrecy News is a newsletter which brought to light the release of this document. "Al Qaeda: Statements..." is the document itself. --119 03:52, 18 Nov 2004 (UTC)
- I think the article is acceptable. carlosar Nov 18 17:41:58 UTC 2004