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She told Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo that “America is proud to stand with you” as “we reject terrorism and violence and as we respect and honor the heroes of peace and freedom and the victims of acts of terrorism.”
“Terrorists seek to destroy societies, communities and families,” Mrs. Kenney said. “Terrorists do not respect borders or discriminate when seeking victims. We must be the voice for those whose lives were lost or forever changed by terrorism.”
“Coins constitute an inseparable part of our cultural heritage, and the pillage they are subjected to is the same as other archaeological artifacts,” he said.
Mr. Kakouris and R. Nicholas Burns, undersecretary of state for political affairs, signed a five-year extension of the memorandum of understanding that restricted the import of antiquities without the authorization of Cypriot authorities. The original 2002 document failed to include coins from the 6th century B.C. to 235 A.D.
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