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Sunday, January 27, 2013

Sunday Reads - Kill Him Silently & The Myth of Long Working Hours


Food for thought for your Sunday!
  • The myth of long working hours. (The Rodin Hoods)
  • Kill him silently: The story behind Mossad's bungled bid to assassinate Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal. (AlJazeera
  • Mali Army, Riding U.S. Hopes, Is Proving No Match for Militants (NY Times)
  • The Resource Race: China Dips Toes in Arctic Waters (Der Spiegel)

Check out this slideshow of 20 terrific pictures of the U.S. Air Force.



1 comment:

Avinash K said...

“We are a poor country,” said Col. Seydou Sogoba, leader of the troops in Diabaly. “No African country can face this kind of threat alone. This is an international war that is being fought in Mali. We have done what we can. Now others need to come and help us.”

His words reflect the God Forsaken Land's state.