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Russians Turn to Monica to Stop the Bombs

December 18, 1998| Associated Press

MOSCOW — Russian legislators agreed Thursday to consider a motion appealing to Monica S. Lewinsky to help halt the attack on Iraq.

"The state Duma appeals to Ms. Lewinsky to undertake corresponding measures to restrain the emotions of Bill Clinton," said the motion by nationalist lawmaker Alexander Filatov.

The motion was approved on a vote in the Duma, the lower chamber of parliament, to be considered for inclusion in a broader resolution denouncing the attack on Iraq.

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