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Nigerian rebels ask for help from the Carter, Bush and Clooney

April 22 2008
08:57

Militants of the Movement for the Liberation of the Niger Delta, "asked the former U.S. president Jimmy Carter with a request to mediate in negotiations with the authorities to end the protracted crisis. A similar request rebels also spoke to U.S. President George W. Bush and actor George Clooney.

"We are ready to achieve true peace. The consequences of our attacks will affect your economy and society. Anyway, we hope that caught your attention," - said in a statement extremists.

In response to a cessation of attacks by militants demanding the release from prison of their peers and increase the budget for areas where they live, where there is an incredibly low standard of living, despite the natural wealth.

On Monday, activists of the Movement for the Liberation of the Niger Delta "blew up two oil pipelines in the delta. Enemy owned companies Chevron Corp. and Shell PLC. Representatives of corporations at the moment does not comment on the incident report, MIGnews.com.

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