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  1. African missions call for firepower, logisticsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Stars and Stripes

    Capt. Brian Shea with the 37th Airlift Squadron performs a preflight walk around his C-130 at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, as his crew prepares to deliver pallets of water and Meals, Ready to Eat to Liberia in support of the U.S. military's effort to fight Ebola in West Africa, on Oct. 7, 2014. Crew members conduct final inspections on an MV-22B Osprey with Special-Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force Crisis Response prior to departure, July 26, 2014.

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  2. OFWs from Libya can exchange dinars to pesosRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | ABS-CBN News

    The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas has reopened a currency exchange facility where overseas Filipino workers repatriated from Libya can exchange Libyan Dinars for Philippine pesos. Under the facility, OFWs and their family members from Libya will be allowed to exchange their Libyan Dinar holdings up to a maximum amount equivalent to not more than P20,000 per eligible person.

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  3. On Native GroundIS the 2012 Election the Last Gasp of White Male Privilege?Read the original story

    Sunday Dec 21 | American Reporter

    As a onetime foreign correspondent who wrote from places like Northern Ireland, Iran, Pakistan, India, Vietnam and the Philippines, I see the riots in Cairo, the assassination in Benghazi and the friction in U.S-Israeli relations as part of one picture: a portrait of the Middle Eastern world preparing for war between Iran and Israel. There is no glue between the events in Libya and Egypt, and today's demonstrations in Yemen, Morocco, Sudan, Iraq, Iran and Tunisia, except a deluded Israeli-American's amateurish, offensive film about the Prophet Mohammad - in one scene the director has the Prophet put his head between a woman's legs to see for himself there is no "devil" there.

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  4. Fighting for Ports Escalates in LibyaRead the original story

    Sunday Dec 21 | Marine News

    Military planes loyal to Libya's recognised government attacked on Sunday an opposing force that is seeking to seize the country's two biggest oil ports, officials said. The advancing force, which is allied to a rival government based in Tripoli, moved east a week ago to try take the Es Sider and Ras Lanuf ports.

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  5. Macao Special Administrative RegionRead the original story

    Friday Dec 19 | Xinhuanet

    Chinese President Xi Jinping attended the inauguration of the fourth-term government of the Macao Special Administrative Region here on Saturday morning. China officially resumed the exercise of sovereignty over Macao on Dec. 20, 1999, when the Macao SAR was established and the SAR's constitutional document, the Basic Law, came into force on the same day.

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  6. Workers: Libya's top two oil ports undamagedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 19 | The Daily Star

    Libyan Army Forces belonging to Libya's rival government, that are part of the Alshorooq operation to free oil ports, fire a vehicle-mounted weapon on the outskirts of Al Sidra oil port December 14 2014. REUTERS/Stringer ES SIDER, Libya: Libya's two biggest oil export ports, Ras Lanouf and Es Sider, have not been damaged during recent clashes between forces allied to the country's competing governments, port engineers said Friday.

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  7. Obama, Who Tried to Censor "Innocence of Muslims" Vid, Says Sony Shouldn't Have Pulled The InterviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 19 | Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph

    What a difference a couple of years make, eh? Here's President Obama talking at today's press conference about Sony's decision to yank The Interview after being hacked and threatened: "We cannot have a society where some dictator someplace can start imposing censorship here in the United States," Obama said. "Imagine if producers and distributors and others start engaging in self-censorship because they don't want to offend the sensibilities of someone who's sensibilities probably need to be offended."

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  8. Libya's two biggest oil ports were not damaged during clashesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 19 | The Daily Star

    Libyan Army Forces belonging to Libya's rival government, that are part of the Alshorooq operation to free oil ports, are seen on the outskirts of Al Sidra oil port December 14, 2014. Picture taken December 14, 2014.

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  9. Libya's Benghazi port still closed, some wheat routed via TobrukRead the original story

    Friday Dec 19 | Reuters

    The commercial port in Libya's second city, Benghazi, remains closed due to fighting between pro-government and Islamist forces, forcing wheat imports to make a detour via Tobruk harbour, a port official said. Benghazi has been a battlefield since May, when former army general Khalifa Haftar declared war on Islamist fighters who had been roaming unchallenged.

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  10. Benghazi Port Still Closed, Imports ReroutedRead the original story

    Friday Dec 19 | Marine News

    The commercial port in Libya's second city, Benghazi, remains closed due to fighting between pro-government and Islamist forces, forcing wheat imports to make a detour via Tobruk harbour, a port official said. Benghazi has been a battlefield since May, when former army general Khalifa Haftar declared war on Islamist fighters who had been roaming unchallenged.

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  11. Barack Obama Scandal: 8 Things About Benghazi Controversy You Might Not KnowRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | News Max

    We may never know what really happened in Benghazi in 2012, or perhaps that's what people in the Barack Obama administration scandal hope you will believe. Here are things facts about the controversy that may reveal what did or could have happened during the attack on Sept.

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  12. Barack Obama Scandal: 8 Facts About Benghazi Controversy You Might Not KnowRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | News Max

    We may never know what really happened in Benghazi in 2012, or perhaps that's what people in the Barack Obama administration scandal hope you will believe. Here are eight facts about the controversy that may reveal what did or could have happened during the attack on Sept. 1 comment

  13. Chaffetz: Panel is done with Benghazi but not securityRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | USA Today

    The lead investigative committee in the House has given up its jurisdiction over the September 2012 attacks in Benghazi, Libya, but the incoming chairman of the committee says he is not entirely done. Chaffetz: Panel is done with Benghazi but not security The lead investigative committee in the House has given up its jurisdiction over the September 2012 attacks in Benghazi, Libya, but the incoming chairman of the committee says he is not entirely done.

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  14. 87 more nurses to return home from LibyaRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 16 | Newkerala.com

    Eighty-seven nurses from Kerala working in Libya are all set to return home in the coming days, says an official here, adding that the remaining 600 nurses have not expressed desire to return at the moment. P. Sudeep, CEO of Roots-Norka told IANS that 12 nurses reached Tunisia Tuesday morning, 22 more will be reach there Wednesday morning, and the remaining 53 will move to Tunisia in the coming days.

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  15. YouTube in key legal battle over anti-Muslim videoRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | Norwalk Reflector

    As a federal appeals court readies to hear her groundbreaking case, once-obscure actress Cindy Lee Garcia faces some tough resistance: death threats from around the Muslim world and the wrath of the planet's most powerful Internet companies. And that is what has catapulted Garcia v.

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  16. On Native GroundIS the 2012 Election the Last Gasp of White Male Privilege?Read the original story

    Monday Dec 15 | American Reporter

    As a onetime foreign correspondent who wrote from places like Northern Ireland, Iran, Pakistan, India, Vietnam and the Philippines, I see the riots in Cairo, the assassination in Benghazi and the friction in U.S-Israeli relations as part of one picture: a portrait of the Middle Eastern world preparing for war between Iran and Israel. There is no glue between the events in Libya and Egypt, and today's demonstrations in Yemen, Morocco, Sudan, Iraq, Iran and Tunisia, except a deluded Israeli-American's amateurish, offensive film about the Prophet Mohammad - in one scene the director has the Prophet put his head between a woman's legs to see for himself there is no "devil" there.

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  17. Belarus to close its embassy in LibyaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 8 | Charter97

    The operation of Belarus' diplomatic mission in Libya will be suspended. The decision is stipulated in Resolution No.1137 of the Council of Ministers of 4 December 2014.

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  18. On Native GroundIS the 2012 Election the Last Gasp of White Male Privilege?Read the original story

    Saturday Dec 6 | American Reporter

    As a onetime foreign correspondent who wrote from places like Northern Ireland, Iran, Pakistan, India, Vietnam and the Philippines, I see the riots in Cairo, the assassination in Benghazi and the friction in U.S-Israeli relations as part of one picture: a portrait of the Middle Eastern world preparing for war between Iran and Israel. There is no glue between the events in Libya and Egypt, and today's demonstrations in Yemen, Morocco, Sudan, Iraq, Iran and Tunisia, except a deluded Israeli-American's amateurish, offensive film about the Prophet Mohammad - in one scene the director has the Prophet put his head between a woman's legs to see for himself there is no "devil" there.

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  19. 'Point and Shoot' details filmmaker's 'crash course in manhood'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 4 | Star Tribune

    Meeting Matthew VanDyke in the documentary "Point and Shoot," we learn that the would-be filmmaker from Baltimore motorcycled across Africa and south central Asia with unusual personal peculiarities. At 29, the timid "only child of an only child of an only child" decided that he didn't understand his impending manhood.

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  20. Review: 'Point and Shoot' documents meek would-be filmmaker turned Libyan rebelRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 3 | Inside Bay Area

    Meeting Matthew VanDyke in the documentary "Point and Shoot," we learn that the would-be filmmaker from Baltimore motorcycled across Africa and south central Asia with unusual personal peculiarities. At 29, the timid "only child of an only child of an only child" decided that he didn't understand his impending manhood.

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