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Five people killed in South African military helicopter crash
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Five people killed in South African military helicopter crash
The South African military says five air force members have died in the crash of a helicopter that was patrolling as part of an anti-rhino poaching operation. Related Stories British women 'raped on Libya aid mission' British aid worker sisters 'raped and kidnapped' crossing Libya Nelson Mandela....Read Full Article ...
 
Libya’s Christians tense as Easter festivities begin
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Sunday, 31 March 2013
Libya’s Christians tense as Easter festivities begin
Churches in Libya tighten holiday security in concern for safety of congregants from possible threats from Islamist militants.Read Full Article ...
 
Zardari seeks report on molested women in Libya
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Sunday, 31 March 2013
Zardari seeks report on molested women in Libya
Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari has sought a report on the molestation of women of Pakistani-origin in Libya, a government spokesperson said. The activists...
 
Israeli-Palestinian Dispute Is an Inescapably Local Matter - Not Some Master-Key to World Peace
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Sunday, 31 March 2013
Israeli-Palestinian Dispute Is an Inescapably Local Matter - Not Some Master-Key to World Peace
How would an Israeli-Palestinian peace contribute to redressing any of those problems? How would such a peace end the violence in Syria or stabilize the new go...
 
Two killed, three wounded in Libya army base attack
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Sunday, 31 March 2013
Two killed, three wounded in Libya army base attack
02:48 Two killed, three wounded in Libya army base attack. Two soldiers have been killed and another three wounded in an attack on a military camp in Libya. Th...
 
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