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When Women Become Terrorists - NYTimes.com

When Women Become Terrorists – NYTimes.com.

SINCE the terror attacks in Paris two weeks ago, the French police have been on the hunt for Hayat Boumeddiene, the partner of Amedy Coulibaly, one of the slain gunmen.

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Peter Singhateh

Pak fires to stay relevant

The only way Pakistan can stay relevant is doing what it does best. What else explains the firing by the Pakistan Rangers at the Jogwana post and three infiltration bids in the past 24 hours. 87 more words

Vicky Nanjappa

Patricia Jabbeh Wesley: Boko Haram

Nigeria, one of the richest and most prosperous countries in Africa, boasting of the most educated group of Africans on earth, the most populous, most powerful militarily, has offered little resistance as the extremist Islamist Boko Haram has waged a bloody, violent attack against innocent civilians, persecuting Christian groups, kidnapping boys and girls by the hundreds, burning down whole towns. 170 more words

War And Peace

Lost and Found - January 25th Edition

What to remember about January 25th…

  • 1863  Union General Ambrose Burnside removed from command of Army of the Potomac after only 2 months
  • 1919  Peace conference delegates establish commission to create League of Nations; President Wilson insists on chairmanship…
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History

Why Obama needs to visit Saudi Arabia?

On Tuesday, President of the United States of America will pay a visit to Saudi Arabia in a bid to show solidarity with the family of deceased King Abdullah. 92 more words

Vicky Nanjappa

Modi will talk tough on Pakistan

New Delhi expects a forthright dealing of the Pakistan issue from the United States of America. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will not mince any words on this issue when he holds talks with President of the United States of America, Barack Obama. 50 more words

Vicky Nanjappa

Our dear Saudi friends

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We are sending our Governor General to Saudi Arabia to attend the funeral of King Abdullah.

This is a nation where women have few rights, and where anyone who criticises the regime or religious authorities can expect to be tortured or killed. 293 more words

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