SHARES in oil firm Gulf Keystone Petroleum fell by 3.33 per cent yesterday - http://www.directorstalk.com/shares-oil-firm-gulf-keystone-petroleum-fell-3-33-per-cent-yesterday/ - #GKP

SHARES in oil firm Gulf Keystone Petroleum fell by 3.33 per cent yesterday - http://www.directorstalk.com/shares-oil-firm-gulf-keystone-petroleum-fell-3-33-per-cent-yesterday/ - #GKP

April 2, 2012. London. Americans may not be allowed to watch the historic interview airing in England today and tomorrow. Because of widespread censorship of the news in the US, Americans may not even hear about it. But for the first time ever, the man who single-handedly caused the US to invade the wrong country after the Sept. 11 attacks will speak to reporters in Britain, admitting his lie and telling all. His name is Rafid Ahmed Alwan al-Janabi, or Curveball to the CIA.

April 2, 2012. London. Americans may not be allowed to watch the historic interview airing in England today and tomorrow. Because of widespread censorship of the news in the US, Americans may not even hear about it. But for the first time ever, the man who single-handedly caused the US to invade the wrong country after the Sept. 11 attacks will speak to reporters in Britain, admitting his lie and telling all. His name is Rafid Ahmed Alwan al-Janabi, or Curveball to the CIA.

Sweden is pathetically, disgustingly, tragically, beyond an arctic shadow of a doubt a lost cause, destined for the ash heap of European history. The first nail in Sweden's national coffin was the Pollyanna embrace …

Sweden is pathetically, disgustingly, tragically, beyond an arctic shadow of a doubt a lost cause, destined for the ash heap of European history. The first nail in Sweden's national coffin was the Pollyanna embrace …

Slain diplomat's mom on Obama's Benghazi comments: 'Bullfeathers' - Washington Times

Slain diplomat's mom on Obama's Benghazi comments: 'Bullfeathers' - Washington Times

Basic Training for the National Guard - U.S. National Guard

Basic Training for the National Guard - U.S. National Guard

Court rejects federal government’s ‘ludicrous’ emergency rule on Red Snapper fishing - Your Houston News: News

Court rejects federal government’s ‘ludicrous’ emergency rule on Red Snapper fishing - Your Houston News: News

'Today's “Journalism"—Now That's Entertainment': Who cares if Brian Williams is a stone cold liar? Do we really care about honest journalism?    Get the full story on STANDleague http://qoo.ly/ftgms    Who cares if Brian Williams is a stone cold liar? Do we really care about honest journalism? It's boring to watch all these talking heads spewing out actual facts and reporting honest news. Give me my DVR, give me my Slingbox, give me my PlayStation, give me fake news! Give me fake news, not…

'Today's “Journalism"—Now That's Entertainment': Who cares if Brian Williams is a stone cold liar? Do we really care about honest journalism? Get the full story on STANDleague http://qoo.ly/ftgms Who cares if Brian Williams is a stone cold liar? Do we really care about honest journalism? It's boring to watch all these talking heads spewing out actual facts and reporting honest news. Give me my DVR, give me my Slingbox, give me my PlayStation, give me fake news! Give me fake news, not…

The Withdrawal of US Soldiers from Iraq Brings Back the Islamic Terror Group Al-Qaeda

The Withdrawal of US Soldiers from Iraq Brings Back the Islamic Terror Group Al-Qaeda

Dinner An interesting bit of history on okra 'hibiscus esculentus', Arabic bamya:  This vegetable was mentioned in ancient Iraq on Assyrian cuneiform tablets dealing with herbal medicines. It was called 'ubanu,' literally 'finger', which brings to mind the English name for okra, 'lady's fingers,' and Iraqi vernacular for okra banya.  Today, okra is a very popular vegetable in Iraq. It is exclusively used for making margat bamya (okra stew).

Dinner An interesting bit of history on okra 'hibiscus esculentus', Arabic bamya: This vegetable was mentioned in ancient Iraq on Assyrian cuneiform tablets dealing with herbal medicines. It was called 'ubanu,' literally 'finger', which brings to mind the English name for okra, 'lady's fingers,' and Iraqi vernacular for okra banya. Today, okra is a very popular vegetable in Iraq. It is exclusively used for making margat bamya (okra stew).

The mother of a soldier killed in the Iraq war is to be awarded an honorary degree by the University of Glasgow. Rose Gentle’s 19-year-old son Gordon was killed by a roadside bomb while serving in Basra in 2004. She became an outspoken critic of the UK... - #Degree, #Gentle, #Glasgow, #Honorary, #Receive, #Rose, #University, #World_News

The mother of a soldier killed in the Iraq war is to be awarded an honorary degree by the University of Glasgow. Rose Gentle’s 19-year-old son Gordon was killed by a roadside bomb while serving in Basra in 2004. She became an outspoken critic of the UK... - #Degree, #Gentle, #Glasgow, #Honorary, #Receive, #Rose, #University, #World_News

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