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Jul 26th, 2012
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Short-handed Morocco held on for a 2-2 draw against Honduras in the Group D opener at the Olympics on Thursday. Morocco left back Zakarya Bergdich received a straight red card in the 71st minute for kicking Mario Martinez in the left knee. But Honduras was unable to take advantage of the ejection. Mo...
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Jun 7th, 2012
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By John A. Akec “The people turn to a benevolent rule as water flow downwards, and as wild beasts fly to the wilderness.” – Liu Lau, THE WORKS OF MENCIUS, Book 4 Chapter 9 Section 2 While South Sudan is the newest and one of World’s poorest nations today, it has great advantage of o...
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U.S. intelligence says the terror threat from al-Qaeda is receding, but Congress keeps on expanding the scope of this “war” so as not to look “weak on terror,” now adding new military powers that could be used against American citizens, writes ex-FBI agent Coleen Rowley. The political, military indus...