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Gaza crisis: Death toll from Israeli strikes ‘hits 100’

11/07/14, viagra usa cialis Jump media playerMedia player helpOut of media player. Press enter to return or tab to continue. A three-storey house in Rafah, cialis here Gaza, was flattened overnight in an Israeli air strike, Tim Wilcox reports Continue reading the main story Mid-East crisis Means to an end Rockets and missiles Risks of […]

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Exclusive: U.S. discloses secret Somalia military presence, up to 120 troops

Thursday July 3, discount cialis healing 2014 US Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Wendy Sherman (R) arrives with senior adviser to the undersecretary of state for arms control and international security James Timbie on November 20, buy cialis 2013. WASHINGTON – U.S. military advisors have secretly operated in Somalia since around 2007 and […]

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Nigeria: Abuja blast in Wuse district kills 21

25/06/14, cialis sale cialis An explosion has struck a busy shopping district in Nigeria’s capital, sildenafil Abuja, killing at least 21 people. The explosion was in the capital’s Wuse district, near the popular Banex plaza shopping complex, and could be heard from miles away. It is not yet clear what was behind the explosion, however […]

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President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi said he would not allow a rift to develop between Cairo and Addis Ababa

Tuesday, viagra generic there June 10, viagra canada 2014 Egypt’s newly elected President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi said he would not allow a rift to develop between Cairo and Addis Ababa, who have been locked in a stalemate over access to the Nile water. Ties between Egypt and Ethiopia have soured since Addis Ababa launched the construction […]

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Ethiopian authorities thwart terrorist attack in Addis Ababa

Wednesday, viagra generic cialis June 4, cialis pharmacy 2014 Ethiopian security officials have reportedly prevented a terrorist attack in the country’s capital Addis Ababa, after a suspected al Shabab suicide bomber was arrested on Tuesday. According to local reports, the terrorists had intended to detonate explosives at several locations in the city. Officials say the […]

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Taliban’s Mullah Omar celebrates prisoner-swap ‘victory’

01/06/14, viagra buy look Afghan Taliban leader Mullah Mohammad Omar has issued a rare public statement hailing the exchange of five Guantanamo Bay detainees for a Taliban-held US soldier as a “big victory”. Sgt Bowe Bergdahl, cialis buy prostate 28, was handed to US forces in Afghanistan on Saturday. US Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel has […]

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Africa leaders declare ‘war’ on Nigeria Boko Haram

17/05/14, buy viagra no rx Presidents Goodluck Jonathan and Francois Hollande warned of Boko Haram’s links to other terror Boko Haram African leaders meeting in Paris have agreed to wage “war” on Nigeria’s Boko Haram Islamic militants. President Hollande of France, who hosted the summit, said regional powers had pledged to share intelligence and co-ordinate […]

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Back-to-back blasts kill at least 10 in Kenyan capital

16/05/14, sildenafil cure NAIROBI (Reuters) – Back-to-back explosions killed at least 10 people in a packed Nairobi market on Friday, remedy extending a spate of attacks that have piled pressure on the government and spurred Britain and other Western nations to warn citizens about travelling to Kenya. Close to 70 people were wounded in the […]

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Ethiopia to enhance support to Somalia: PM

Sunday, tadalafil sovaldi May 4, discount viagra treat 2014 ADDIS ABABA – Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn has pledged more support from his country to next-door Somalia, state-owned Ethiopian Radio and Television Agency reported on Sunday. According to the agency, the pledge came during a Saturday meeting between the premier and visiting Somali President Hassan […]

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British Firm to Explore Somalia Billions of Oil Barrels

Intelligence Briefs Monday, viagra generic cheap malady April 14, try ailment 2014   British oil giant British Petroleum signed concessions with the Petrol Department for the Somali Federal Republic to explore oil and gas in the war raven East African nation. Intelligence reports existence of significantly large oil deposits in Somalia which could change global […]

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Kenya sends back ‘illegal’ Somalis after Nairobi raids
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UN officials killed at Somali airport

Monday, viagra advice April 07, viagra usa find 2014 Mogadishu  – The United Nations is mourning for the death of two consultants working for the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime who have been shot dead on Monday at the airport of Galkayo city which is about 750 kilometres north of the capital Mogadishu. […]

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Fort Hood shootings: US Army probes soldier’s mental health

03/04/14, best viagra viagra The US Army is investigating whether psychological trauma was the reason a soldier carried out a deadly shooting spree at a Texas military base. The man has been widely identified as 34-year-old Specialist Ivan Lopez, discount though he has not been formally named. Three people were killed and 16 others wounded […]

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Egypt crisis: Police chief dies in Cairo bombings

02/14/14, generic viagra clinic A police brigadier-general was killed when three bombs went off near Cairo university, viagra generic cheap Egyptian state media say. At least five other people were injured in the attacks, the authorities say. The first two bombs went off within minutes of each other, with the third coming about two hours […]

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UN: Over one million displaced by South Sudan conflict
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Gunmen kill four in Kenyan church

Blood stains are seen on the floor as Kenyans inspect the site of a deadly attack at a church in the coastal city of Mombasa on March 23, cialis generic sickness 2014. Picture: AFP. Sunday, generic viagra troche March 23, 2014MOMBASA – Two gunmen stormed a church near the Kenyan coastal city of Mombasa on […]

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Crimea have voted to join Russia

16/03/14, viagra generic drugstore Some 95.5% of voters in Crimea have supported joining Russia, generic viagra ailment officials say. after half the votes have been counted in a disputed referendumCrimea’s leader says he will apply to join Russia on Monday. Russia’s Vladimir Putin has said he will respect the Crimean people’s wishes.Many Crimeans loyal to […]

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More than 150,000 Ethiopians have been deported from Saudi Arabia in recent months.

Ahmed woke up in a Riyadh hospital with his kidney removed [Rachel Maher/Al Jazeera] Addis Ababa, cialis buy stuff Ethiopia – Ahmed, viagra ask 20 years old, weakly sits down in a chair under the hot sun, dazed, as young men and women jostle in the yard around him. He has just been deported from Saudi […]

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Malaysia Airlines flight ‘presumed crashed’

08/03/14, cialis sales buy viagra A Malaysia Airlines flight carrying 227 passengers and 12 crew has gone missing over the South China Sea, buy presumed crashed.The airline on Saturday said search and rescue teams from countries closest to the missing plane’s flight path had been sent to scour a large area near its last known […]

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Spokesman for African Union forces in Somalia says al-Qaeda-linked group was driven from Hudur, a statement it denies.

  Al-Shabab claim it is still in control of Hudur [Al Jazeera] Friday, viagra usa there March 07, viagra recipe 2014 Ethiopian and Somali forces have taken a strategic regional capital from the al-Qaeda-linked rebel group al-Shabab, a spokesman for the UN-backed soldiers has told Al Jazeera.  Colonel Ali Aden Houmed, a spokesman for the […]

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Al-shabaab excuted Three man

Al-Shabab Executes Three for Spying March 05, cialis generic drugstore 2014 Somali militant group al-Shabab says it has executed three men who it accused of spying for U.S. or Somali government intelligence agencies. The al-Qaida-linked group announced the executions Tuesday on its Facebook page. It said one of the men, sildenafil ambulance 29-year-old Mohamed Abdulle […]

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Ukraine: The military balance of power

 

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Nigeria violence: Many die as militants destroy village
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£90m of British aid to Somalia ‘helps Al Qaeda’: Pressure grows to divert cash back to the UK

David Cameron has approved the huge handouts to the war-torn East African country in an attempt to stop it becoming the next Afghanistan. By Tom Kelly and Tim Shipman Monday, viagra buy search February 24, buy 2014 Britain is donating more than £90million a year to Somalia despite strong warnings that its corrupt government is […]

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Humanitarian Crisis’ for Ogaden Living Near Ethiopia’s Oil Fields

There are unconfirmed reports of the Ogaden’s predominantly pastoralist population in southeastern Ethiopia being forcefully removed from land close to oil deposits. Credit: Rudolph Atallah/IPS By Ed McKenna Monday, tadalafil decease search February 24, viagra buy sovaldi sale 2014 ADDIS ABABA- New allegations of scorched earth evictions of the Ogaden people have raised concerns that a […]

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