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In this photo taken Saturday, Feb. 2, 2013, French President Francois Hollande addresses the troops at the airport following his two-hour-long visit to Timbuktu, Mali. New York Post Online
116 confirmed dead in Air Algerie crash
Poor weather was the most likely cause of the crash of an Air Algerie flight in the West African state of Mali that killed all 116 people on board, French officials said ... (photo: AP / Jerome Delay)
AH5017 crash   Burkina Faso   France   Photos   Wikipedia: Air Algérie Flight 5017  
Traces left by the Dakar Rally, 2005, in the Sahara Desert, Mauritania Skynews
Passenger Plane Wreckage 'Spotted In Desert'
The wreckage of a passenger jet which vanished from radar in West Africa has been spotted in northern Mali's desert, the country's president has said. | President Ibrahim... (photo: GFDL / )
AH5017 crash   Air Algerie Flight 5017   Burkina Faso   Photos   Wikipedia: Air Algérie Flight 5017  
Air Algerie Boeing 737-800 (7T -VJN) landing at London Heathrow Airport Independent online
Air Algerie plane ‘changed course’
Algiers - Air Algerie said it lost contact with one of its passenger aircraft nearly an hour after takeoff from Burkina Faso on Thursday bound for Algiers. | A company so... (photo: Public Domain / Arpingstone)
AH5017 Flight   Air Disaster   Missing Air Algerie   Photos   Wikipedia: Air Algérie Flight 5017  
Air Algerie Plane Belfast Telegraph
Algeria plane disappears from radar
An Air Algerie flight from Burkina Faso to Algiers has disappeared from radar, the official Algerian news agency confirmed. | APS said air navigation services lost track ... (photo: Creative Commons)
Burkina Faso   Flight AH5017   Ouagadougou   Photos   Wikipedia: Air Algérie  
Smoke rises on the horizon in Tripoli, Libya, early Sunday, July 13, 2014. The Australian
47 killed in battle for Libya’s main airport
ISLAMIST-led militiamen have stepped up their assault on Libya’s main airport, controlled by rival fighters, which the health ministry said yesterday had left at le... (photo: AP / Mohammed Ben Khalifa)
Islamist Militia   Libyan Civil War   Photos   Tripoli Airport   Wikipedia: Libyan Civil War  
Politics Business
- Libya Islamic militias declare control of Benghazi
- Is Obama Really Adrift in the World?
- China, America, and a New Cold War in Africa?
- Qatar Is Playing A High Stakes Double Game With The US And H
In this Saturday, July 26, 2014 frame grab from video obtained from a freelance journalist traveling with the Misarata brigade, fighters from the Islamist Misarata brigade fire towards Tripoli airport in an attempt to wrest control from a powerful rival militia, in Tripoli, Libya
Libya and Vietnam: Two Lessons in Geographical Ignorance and Projection
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- China, America, and a New Cold War in Africa?
- Kurdish Oil Cargo Unloaded In South China Sea While Destinat
- HM King Mohammed VI Reiterates Morocco's Commitment to J
- HM King Mohammed VI Calls for 'Balanced' Morocco-EU
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Education Environment
- Summer break: the best student travel deals
- Student debt should be 'bought' by universities, say
- Education fund 'champions' vocational projects
- Britons would each be £6,000 better off if more children we
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- HM King Mohammed VI Receives President of Economic, Social,
- HM the King Receives Chairman of Economic, Social and Enviro
- Tripoli Oil Depot Fire to Severely Damage Libya’s Ecology
- Our obsession with green lawns drives me nuts, and it's
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Sport Health
- Philippines to ferry workers from Libya
- Algeria keeper Rais Mbolhi joins Philadelphia Union
- Algeria's Mbolhi leaves Bulgaria for MLS
- Union acquire Algerian GK Mbolhi
Air Algerie Boeing 737-800 (7T -VJN) landing at London Heathrow Airport
Air Algerie plane ‘changed course’
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- Tunisia's fight against Aids hampered by widespread disc
- Tunisia cracks down on radical mosques, media
- Tunisia orders crackdown on mosques after 14 soldiers killed
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