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"How can you depend on [the military] to protect you?"

Mr. Mohammed is a Maiduguri resident who was in Bama when it fell to insurgents. He talks about the relationship between the military and civilians in Maiduguri and how the military’s attitude towards ordinary citizens in Borno has changed over time, and the fragile normalcy of daily life in the city. 1,214 more words

Thirty One Army Officers of Jaffna Complete Intensive English Package

The first English Language Course – 2014 for officers serving in Jaffna ended on Thursday (11) with award of certificates in Multi Facility Complex auditorium at Headquarters Security Force Jaffna. 295 more words

Development Reports

Another Batch of Jaffna Soldiers Receives Tamil Language Proficiency Certificates

The 3rd and 4th batches of soldiers who followed an intensive Tamil language course in Jaffna received certificates at a pompous ceremony held on Friday (29) evening at Kakesanthurai with participation of educationists, distinguished guests and well wishers in Jaffna. 268 more words

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The Last of the Famous International Playboys

Morrissey Interview

The above link is simply one of the best Morrissey interviews I’ve ever read.  It is from the site Vegan Logic.  It should also appeal to the non-fan as their are interesting ideas conveyed.   797 more words

Iraqi forces claim to have broken ISIS siege of Shiite town..Australia and Germany supplying arms to Kurds

http://www.foxnews.com/world/2014/08/31/iraqi-forces-claim-to-have-broken-isis-siege-shiite-town/

Iraqi security forces, along with Shiite militiamen, broke a nearly two-month siege by Islamic State militants on the northern Shiite Turkmen town of Amirli, Iraqi officials said on Sunday. 892 more words

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Ferguson protests raise international concern

FERGUSON, U.S. — Chinese and Russian officials are warning of a potential humanitarian crisis in the restive American province of Missouri, where ancient communal tensions have boiled over into full-blown violence. 713 more words

Life

Hundreds line up for water in Liberian slum sealed off due to Ebola risk

MONROVIA, Liberia – Hundreds of residents of a Liberian slum lined up to receive rice and water from government officials Thursday in their neighbourhood which was sealed off from the rest of the capital in an attempt to halt the spread of Ebola. 616 more words

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