Osama bin Laden

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Nov 28th, 2013
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by Tedla Asfaw I followed roundtable discussion among Adissu, Tizita and Henok regarding the Saudi humanitarian crisis Ethiopians facedonVOA’s this past Sunday program.The Western Media’s absence is not because of lack of the organizers reach to them. It is because of the “Saudi Arabia factor “. The ...
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Aug 14th, 2013
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By John Okiyi Kalu I was trying to understand the character called Femi Fani Kayode (FFK) beyond the known fact of his past (and may be present) history of drug use and accidentally stumbled on an article written by one Kola Ola Olaniran in January 2006 titled “rudeness runs in Fani-Kayode̵...
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Apr 10th, 2013
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The current Nigerian ruler, Dr. Goodluck Jonathan continues not to “give a damn” in his inconsiderate decisions since coming to office in 2011. Now, it appears he is about to make what is sure to become the most inconsiderate of them all; granting amnesty to the Northern Nigeria-based jihadist group ...
By IndepthAfrica
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Mar 2nd, 2013
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DAKAR, Senegal — Chad’s military said Saturday that its soldiers in Mali had killed Mokhtar Belmokhtar, the mastermind of the January seizure of an Algerian gas plant that left at least 37 foreign hostages dead. Mr. Belmokhtar’s death was announced on state television in Chad, but has not been confir...
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Feb 20th, 2013
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At the demise of communist bloc in the late 80s and early 90s, two socio-political thinkers rose to theorize on the emerging world order and the shape of the age to come. The first was Francis Fukuyama who predicted the end of ideology and the end of history. For Fukuyama, the   history in question i...
By IndepthAfrica
In Algeria
Jan 29th, 2013
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By Christina Hellmich Is Al-Qaeda about to bring terrorism to Europe’s backyard in North Africa? The intervention of French military forces in Mali and the apparent reprisals in the form of the hostage crisis at the In Amenas gas processing plant in Algeria have brought the threat of Al-Qaeda in the ...
By IndepthAfrica
In Mali
Jan 22nd, 2013
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By Matthew Schofield McClatchy Newspapers The war rages about cities with names such as Bamako and Timbuktu, in a sparsely populated, mostly flat, dusty and landlocked country in northwest Africa. The combatants include a nomadic Berber people known as Tuareg, the French Foreign Legion and a coalitio...
By IndepthAfrica
In Middle East
Nov 22nd, 2012
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Secret internal emails reveal Osama bin Laden was washed, wrapped in a sheet and slid into the sea for his burial in accordance with Islamic burial tradition – and no sailors saw it. The heavily blacked out emails sent between U.S. military officers were obtained through the Freedom of Informat...
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Nov 16th, 2012
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A commentary on Kassa Kebede’s ESAT interview By Dilwenberu Nega Derg’s preeminent champagne socialist, Comrade Kassa Kebede, is on a publicity stunt, after a six year hiatus from active politicking. He is, perhaps, testing the waters before he becomes the comeback kid of cash strapped and demoralize...
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Nov 15th, 2012
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By Rick Esenberg The bar for scandals has been getting pretty high. When I was a kid, a president was forced from office because he tried to cover up illegal behavior by his subordinates. As Nixon put it, “mistakes were made” and they proved to be the end of him. He richly deserved it. Twenty-five [&...