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イタリア人3人質 1カ月ぶりに姿放映 - CNN
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投稿者 木田貴常 日時 2004 年 6 月 03 日 16:37:28:RlhpPT16qKgB2
 

イタリア人3人質 1カ月ぶりに姿放映
2004.06.03
Web posted at: 11:48 JST
http://www.cnn.co.jp/world/CNN200406030004.html

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バグダッド(CNN) イラクで約2カ月前に武装勢力に誘拐されたイタリア人3人の映像が2日、カタールの衛星テレビ局アルジャジーラで放映された。3人の姿が確認されたのは約1カ月ぶり。


映像では、3人はテーブルを囲んで座り、1つの共用の皿からスプーンを使って食事をしていた。ひげを伸ばしており、3人の間で会話をしていた。


別の場面では、3人はいすに着席。1人が自分の名前を述べ、「今日は2004年5月31日、月曜日」「この声明は主にイタリア当局、政府、ローマ法王、カトリック教会、そして私たちの家族にあてたものだ。今のところ、彼ら(犯人グループ)は私たちにとてもよい待遇を与えている。体調もすごくいい。私たちをここに拘束している人々とは何の問題もなくやっている」と話した。


今回、姿が確認されたのは、4月12日に誘拐されたイタリア人4人のうちの3人。もう1人は、誘拐後間もなく首を切断され殺害された。その模様を収めた映像もアルジャジーラに提供されたが、放映はされていない。


この日の映像で3人は、殺害された1人について触れていない。拘束者の姿が写った場面もなかった。


アルジャジーラによると、「緑の旅団」と名乗る犯人グループから同テレビ局に声明が届いた。その中で犯人グループはイタリア国民に対し、ベルルスコーニ伊首相とブッシュ米大統領のイラク政策に抗議し、デモを催すよう求めているという。


(英文原文は)
http://www.cnn.com/2004/WORLD/meast/06/02/iraq.main/index.html

Al-Jazeera airs video of 3 Italian hostages
Bombings and battles claim more lives
Thursday, June 3, 2004 Posted: 2:30 AM EDT (0630 GMT)

BAGHDAD, Iraq (CNN) -- The Arabic-language television network Al-Jazeera showed video Wednesday of three Italian hostages taken captive in Iraq nearly two months ago. In the video, one of the men said the captors were treating them "excellently."

It marked the first time in more than a month the world has seen pictures of the hostages.

The three, all unshaven, were shown sitting around a table eating with spoons from a communal plate and talking among themselves. Another shot showed the three sitting in chairs. One identified himself as Salvatore Stefio.

"Today is May 31, 2004, Monday," he said on the video. "This statement we are giving is primarily directed to official Italian authorities, to the government, the holy pope, to the Catholic Church and to our families. They are treating us excellently up until now. We are in excellent conditions. We have not had any problems with the people holding us in this place."

The three hostages were among four Italians taken captive in Iraq on April 12. The other hostage was executed by a gunshot to the head soon afterward -- a killing that was videotaped. The grisly tape was given to Al-Jazeera but never aired.

In Wednesday's videotape, the Italians did not mention their slain colleague. The hostage-takers could not be seen in the video.

Al-Jazeera also said it received a statement from the hostage-takers, who identified themselves as the Green Brigades. In the statement, the group called upon Italians to protest the Iraq policies of Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi and President Bush.

In late April, Arabic-language television network Al-Arabiya aired a similar video of the three men sitting around a table eating. A written statement from the Green Brigades gave Italians five days to organize demonstrations. Otherwise, it said, the hostages would be killed.

When the Italian hostage was executed in mid-April, the group that carried out the grisly killing identified itself as The Mujahedeen Brigade.

Another videotape aired on Arabic-language television networks and in Turkey claimed to show two truck drivers abducted in Iraq.

Surrounded by armed masked people, the two identified themselves on the news footage as Bulent Yanik from Turkey and Victor Tawfik Gerges, an Egyptian. They said they worked transporting supplies from Kuwait to Iraq for the U.S. Army.

The abductors said, "Some of the jihad groups have arrested those two persons while they were transporting supplies and ammunition to the infidel American army."

They added, "We warn everyone that works for the infidel American enemies. They will face the same fate. And at the same time, we hold their governments responsible for their actions. They will face death if their governments do not condemn these actions."

Two blasts in Baghdad
Five people were killed and 37 others wounded Wednesday when an explosion rocked the northern Baghdad neighborhood of Adhamiya, the Iraqi Ministry of Health said.

Police Maj. Gen. Jamal Abdulla said an empty red car was rigged with two makeshift bombs.

The first device exploded when an U.S. military convoy passed by. It missed the intended target but a few minutes later, as people gathered around the exploded car, the second bomb detonated.

No U.S. troops were reported killed or wounded.

Later Wednesday, an ammunition dump on a U.S. air base near the northern oil city of Kirkuk caught fire after an unknown device exploded near it, a U.S. military official said. No injuries were reported.

U.S. troops used loudspeakers to tell residents to stay inside while a sweep was under way to find whoever might be behind the blast, a witness said.

Meanwhile, clashes resumed Wednesday between the militia of renegade Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr and U.S. forces in Kufa.


Iraqi police inspect the wreckage after a car bomb exploded Wednesday in northern Baghdad.
Officials at two hospitals said that four people were killed and 35 were wounded.

The clashes erupted in several neighborhoods and the Mehdi Army fired mortars at a central U.S. base, authorities said.

The authorized committee of the Shiite House, which represents Shiite Muslims across Iraq, issued a statement saying that U.S. forces Tuesday night and Wednesday violated the 72-hour truce between the militia and troops, and many lives have been lost.

It said U.S. tanks shelled the mosque of Maytham al-Tammar in Kufa, killing a number of citizens. The mosque was shelled again, together with Kufa Mosque, killing nine citizens, the statement said. It said the industrial area also came under artillery fire and citizens were killed.

U.S. military authorities in Baghdad could not confirm the claims made in the statement.

Other developments

U.N. special envoy Lakhdar Brahimi urged the Iraqi people Wednesday to "give this government a chance." The interim Cabinet held a meeting Wednesday at the offices of the former Iraqi Governing Council, with 26 ministers attending.


One-time U.S. ally and Iraqi 駑igr・leader Ahmed Chalabi told an Iranian official that the United States had cracked Iran's secret communications code, sources said. (Full story)


President Bush said Wednesday he had spoken with Prime Minister-designate Iyad Allawi and was heartened by the conversation. "He pledged that his country would be a friend and ally of America and peace," Bush told cadets at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado.


The U.S. Coast Guard is increasing its forces in Iraq. Approving a Pentagon request, Adm. Thomas H. Collins ordered the deployment of two 110-foot patrol boats, two law enforcement detachments and supporting forces, the Coast Guard said. The number of Coast Guard deployed forces increased from about 300 people to about 400.

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