'Numerous' other bodies at Algeria plant (Drudge: All Hostages Dead)

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    'Numerous' other bodies at Algeria plant (Drudge: All Hostages Dead)


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    1/20/2013


    Algerian bomb squads scouring a gas plant where Islamist militants took dozens of foreign workers hostage found "numerous" new bodies on Sunday as they searched for explosive traps left behind by the attackers, a security official said, a day after a bloody raid ended the four-day siege of the remote desert refinery.

    The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the situation, said the bodies were badly disfigured and difficult to identify.


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    This is what happens a Nation of Cheese eating surrender monkeys tries to act tough.
     
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    Dat's odd - Granny thought 9/11 was s'posed to be a wake-up call...
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    Algeria crisis is a wakeup call for America
    Sat January 19, 2013 - Americans, others have been taken hostage by Islamist militants in Algeria; Frida Ghitis: The hostage crisis is a warning that militants must be pushed back; She says war has been raging in neighboring Mali, with extremists gaining ascendency; Ghitis: The U.S. should aid the Mali government and help stabilize that part of the world
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    Jan 20,`13 -- The Islamists are back as a force in Algeria.
     
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    What would Romney have done? What was his plan for Mali? It's easy to talk
     
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    Romney might have had a spine like W, instead of being spineless like gore and obamaturd.
     
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    Granny says, "Dat's right - an' den when dey's done with Europe, dey comin' over here...
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    Don't care about Mali violence? It's staging for Europe
    Source: Al-Qaida strategy to launch attacks on West
     
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    The 'One-Eyed' reported killed in Chad...
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    Head of Chadian army claims troops kill Belmoktar
    Mar 2,`13 -- Chad's military chief announced late Saturday that his troops deployed in northern Mali had killed Moktar Belmoktar, the terrorist who orchestrated the attack on a natural gas plant in Algeria that left 36 foreigners dead.
     
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    Belmoktar's death still unconfirmed...
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    Militant says Belmokhtar alive - monitoring service
    Sun Mar 3, 2013 - Algerian al Qaeda commander Mokhtar Belmokhtar, reported killed by Chadian troops, is alive, a monitoring service that tracks online militant forums reported a contributor as saying on Sunday.
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    U.S. still uncertain of jihadist leader’s death
    March 3rd, 2013 - The Obama administration is still searching through incoming intelligence reports to look for specific evidence to confirm that jihadist Moktar Belmoktar was killed in a raid by Chad military on a jihadist base in northeastern Mali, a senior U.S. official tells CNN.
     
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    Well, mebbe dey got him, mebbe not...
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    Islamist commander Abou Zeid's death in Mali 'probable'
    4 March 2013 - Abou Zeid's death would be "good news" if confirmed, Adm Guillaud said
     
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    Romney showed his backbone while hanging out in France with a draft deferment during the Vietnam War. But he did demonstrate in favor of the war but used four deferments to avoid serving.
    Good post AmericanFirst! :thewave::thewave:
     

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