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SHEIKH MOHAMMED (FULL) EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW (VIDEO) - BBC

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SHEIKH MOHAMMED (FULL) EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW - BBC

 

A dog files as candidate for mayor in Irving, Texas. (VIDEO)

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A dog files as candidate for mayor in Irving, Texas.

 

Do Arab men hate women?(VIDEO)

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Ottawa man killed in Somalia suicide bombing

Indhacase280X250An Ottawa man who returned to his native Somalia to take up a senior post in the government there was killed Friday in a suicide attack on the presidential palace in Mogadishu.
Mohamoud Abdulle was the director of the office of Somali Prime Minister Abdiweli Sheikh Ahmed — also of Ottawa — but had previously spent more than two decades in Ottawa working as a teacher and social worker, most recently with the Youth Services Bureau.
 

The beauty of Djibouti: A breath of fresh air in the Horn of Africa ;BBC

djibouti0Perched on the Horn of Africa, and controlling access to the Red Sea, Djibouti has become a nerve centre for America's battle with al-Shabab. But despite nestling between some of the world's most dangerous countries, it feels surprisingly tranquil, reports BBC Security correspondent Frank Gardner.
A flag. A great big Stars and Stripes fluttering in the African breeze. That is the first thing I noticed as we landed at Djibouti airport, on the shores of the Gulf of Aden. The only permanent US military base in Africa is right next to the civilian terminal. Gunmetal grey transport planes take their turn queuing on the runway with the incoming Air France Airbus from Paris.
Camp Lemonnier, a former French Foreign Legion base, is so close to the terminal you can actually hear the bugle calls as the US flag goes up and down at the start and end of each day.
When I first came here, 20 years ago, Djibouti still felt very much like a French protectorate. Sunburned legionnaires in khaki shorts and kepis stood watch over arriving passengers. The country, which became independent from France in 1977, had just defeated an insurgency on its border with Eritrea, and there were mine craters in the road out of town. The capital, imaginatively called Djibouti, was dimly lit and dodgy after dark.
 
 

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