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January 12, 1988

IT WAS ALL THE FAULT OF THE COMPUTER

By CBR Staff Writer

It was all the fault of the computer is a phrase that readily translates into the language of any country where the digital demon has penetrated, but the excuse – used in Paris last week according to the Sunday Telegraph – doesn’t help much when the result is that the Iranian charge d’affaires gets mistakenly invited to a diplomatic party at the Elysee Palace because someone forgot to erase his name when France broke off diplomatic relations after Ayatollerable provocation: to make matters worse, the Hon Gholam Reza Haddadi duly presented himself and stood prominently in the line of diplomats waiting to be received by President Miterrand – and refused all entreaties to go.

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