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Voters look for their names on voter lists scattered on the ground at the main polling place in Kidal, Mali, on Sunday, July 28, 2013. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)


Mali votes for president; few go to polls in Kidal

Mali votes for president; few go to polls in Kidal

Kidal, Mali, AP—Voters headed to the polls Sunday in Mali’s first election since last year’s coup, struggling to cast their ballots despite the logistical and technical problems that have plagued the hastily organized poll. Tens of thousands of people who...
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A French soldier checks passengers of a transport truck arriving in Gao, northern Mali, Thursday Feb. 14, 2013. Malian forces have stepped up security around the port an the main market, in an effort to stop the infiltration of rebel fighters in the town. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)


Al-Qaeda’s Apologists

Al-Qaeda’s Apologists

If you believe that any extremist group has the right to declare jihad, take up arms, run rampant across the country under the pretense of imposing sharia law, establish training camps, smuggle weapons, and welcome hordes of insurgents from all over the world, then do...