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Syrian Girl – Kony2012 is a Con Africom military intervention

Kony 2012 a psy-op designed to garner support for AFRICOM and US agenda against China in africa.


Sudanese troops massing near border, South Sudan says


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JUBA, SOUTH Sudan — South Sudanese officials said Thursday that Sudanese troops were massing near the disputed border and that Sudan’s armed forces had bombed two oil wells in South Sudan.

A spokesman for South Sudan’s armed forces said two Sudanese planes dropped six bombs in Pariang county, along the north-south border, on Wednesday afternoon. Col. Philip Aguer said that at least one oil well had been damaged and was leaking into the ground, polluting drinking water.

Sudan has also been massing ground forces in a nearby town, he said.

Al-Obeid Merwah, a spokesman for the Sudanese Foreign Ministry, did not return calls seeking comment.

South Sudan became independent from Sudan in July, but many issues remain unresolved, including the demarcation of the border and the sharing of oil revenue.



UN asks Angola for helicopters

Ban Ki-moon

LUANDA — U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon asked Angola on Feb. 27 to provide helicopters for peacekeeping missions in countries including the Democratic Republic of Congo and South Sudan.

“As you know, several of our peacekeeping missions, including [the U.N. Stabilisation Mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo] in DRC and [the U.N. Mission in the Republic of South Sudan] in South Sudan, they suffer from a lack of military helicopters. I would appreciate it if your government” could assist, Ban said during a meeting with Angolan Foreign Minister Georges Chikoti in Luanda.

“The secretary general asked the Angolan government to consider providing military assets, including helicopters, to U.N. peacekeeping,” Ban’s spokesman Martin Nesirky told journalists.

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Amazing Race Producer Jeff Rice Found Dead In Uganda

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In breaking news today, reports are rolling in that Jeff Rice – a producer of “The Amazing Race” and an avid adventurer – was found dead in a Uganda hotel room in the capital city of Kampala. First accounts of the incident reveal that Jeff Rice, 39, and his female production assistant, Ms Catherine Fuller, were poisoned by local gang members after refusing to submit to a “shakedown” for valuables.

Rice was usually the front man for setting up The Amazing Race activities throughout Africa, and at the time of the incident, he and his assistant were working on some of the African destinations for this year’s Amazing Race, season #20.

Rice and Fuller were initially believed to have died from choking, however further investigation revealed that a massive amount of illicit drug was present. Authorities had also discovered some of the drug in the hotel room.