Britain gags report that Bush targeted Arab TV

The British government has responded sharply to the alleged leak of a government memo that said U.S. President George W. Bush had thought about bombing the Arab satellite TV network Al-Jazeera.
The Daily Mirror, which published the story, said Wednesday that Attorney General Lord Goldsmith has told it not to publish further details from the memo.
“We have essentially agreed to comply,” the paper said.
The United States has twice attacked Al-Jazeera offices. No one was hurt in the Kabul attack in 2002, while a journalist was killed the following year in Baghdad .
The Baghdad attack was a mistake and Kabul was targeted because it was thought to be a militant site, U.S. spokespeople said.
CBC News: Britain gags report that Bush targeted Arab TV