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WHAT HAPPENED ON 15th February 2001?

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14th February 2001

MORI UNDER FIRE OVER TRAWLER SINKING

Japan's Prime Minister Yoshiro Mori is facing growing pressure to resign over his response to the sinking of a Japanese trawler by a US nuclear sub. Officials in his three-party coalition have criticised his decision to finish a game of golf after he heard of the accident in Hawaii last Friday. US defence officials said a civilian was at the sub's controls at the time. The USS Greenville made a rapid ascent to the surface hitting the trawler.

15th February 2001

CIVILIAN CLAIMS HE CAUSED SUB DISASTER

A US civilian says he pulled the levers which caused a submarine to surface & sink a Japanese fishing boat. The nuclear sub USS Greeneville rammed the vessel last Friday in Hawaii leaving nine Japanese students dead. It has since been revealed that a party of 16 civilians was on board ` one of which John Hall now says he pulled the levers which caused the accident. Japan has warned of major consequences if civilians contributed to the crash.

15th February 2001

BUSH ORDERS REVIEW AFTER SUB DISASTER

US President George W Bush has ordered the Pentagon to review participation by civilians in military exercises after a US submarine sank a Japanese trawler. ( The order follows an admission that two civilians were at the controls of the nuclear sub USS Greeneville when it hit the fishing boat off Hawaii last Friday Nine people on board the Japanese vessel remain missing presumed dead. Japan has sent an envoy to the US to demand a full explanation.

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