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Here’s a sneak peek at a bundle of thanks, from 107 countries, heading to West Africa in time for the holidays. There’s still time to add your own.
Ahmed el Tilemsi was killed in a nighttime raid, army spokesman Gilles Jaron told multiple media outlets.
Step aside Bob Geldof.
Mali has reported its second and third Ebola deaths as the death toll in West Africa crosses 5,000. Meanwhile, Doctors Without Borders (MSF) staff at south Sierra Leone’s only Ebola treatment center went on strike for two hours over hazard pay. MSF have told BuzzFeed News that the dispute has “been resolved.”
Hickox and her boyfriend Ted Wilbur plan to travel after her 21-day monitoring period ends Monday.
The girl recently arrived from Guinea accompanied by her grandmother, according to World Health Organization officials.
According to the French Elysée Palace, the flight is now believed to have been carrying 118 people, not 116 as originally reported, to Algiers when it vanished from radar early Thursday. France has said a black box recorder has been found.
Under the radar, Mali’s security situation continues to worsen.
Congo and Syria get most of the press, but sexual violence is rampant in conflict zones around the world.
Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb says it killed two French journalists in retaliation for French crimes against the people of northern Mali.
“The fact is they’re terrorists, they’re extremists, they have designs on overthrowing existing governments, even these new Islamist governments.”
“This is unacceptable behavior,” a military spokesman said. “This image is not representative of action by France in Mali.”
They apparently can’t spare the ammunition, so they make like 8-year-old boys and make their own pow-pow sounds.
The forgotten parts of D.C.’s international community partied just a couple blocks away from the main Inaugural Ball. The tiniest countries unite.
The Republican was mocked for bringing it up during a debate.
The West African country — likely obscure to most watching the foreign policy debate — just entered the national conversation.
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