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Canadian man with family caught in Libyan conflict calls on Ottawa for help

TORONTO – A Canadian man whose family is trapped in a militant-controlled area in the Libyan city of Benghazi is calling on Ottawa to help broker a ceasefire so innocent civilians can flee the fighting. 480 more words


See Hillary's Libyan jihadi atrocities

WND, by Jerome R. Corsi, October5, 2016:

NEW YORK – The extreme brutality unleashed by the mercenaries and Islamic fighters who joined Libyan-based jihadists to oust leader Moammar Gadhafi with the backing of Hillary Clinton’s State Department and NATO is demonstrated in three videos released to WND. 263 more words

Counter Jihad Report

During Veterans' Forum, Hillary Conveniently "Forgets" Benghazi and 4 Dead Americans

Last night, Democratic Party Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton proved beyond a shadow of a doubt that American Lives lost as a result of her failed policies as Secretary of State truly do not “make a difference” to her. 1,523 more words


There’s a role for the RCAF to play in UN operations

Last week, the Liberal government announced it would free up 600 Canadian military personnel for possible deployment on United Nations peace support operations. It did not provide details on what UN missions those military personnel would take part in. 358 more words

Defence Watch

A final footnote on Gadhafi

The report from the House Benghazi Committee discloses a previously unknown but incredibly instructive footnote to the story of the Obama administration’s disastrous foreign policy toward Libya’s Moammar Gadhafi. 87 more words


'We can endure great suffering and survive': Hisham Matar on his search for his missing father in Libya

The Return: Fathers, Sons and the Land in Between
By Hisham Matar
Knopf Canada
256 pp; $29.95

Jaballa Matar was a leading dissident in Libya under the reign of Moammar Gadhafi. 1,024 more words


Kurdish flag fiasco prompts retreat by Canadian special forces


There is the slow realization at National Defence headquarters and in the Canadian government that it might not have been the best idea after all to allow Canadian special forces to wear the Kurdish flag on their uniforms. 1,350 more words

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