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  • Watch: Dramatic and Graphic New Footage of Kadafi’s Capture

    Oct 21, 11 by EurPublisher 11 Comments

    *New footage has released that shows Moammar Kadafi’s capture by Libyan fighters from a new angle. In the video, men in the background shout, “Don’t kill him! Don’t kill him! We need him alive!” The Associated Press reports that Gaddafi also said, “What do you want? Don’t kill me, my sons,” as he was captured […]

  • Obama Addresses Nation Regarding Libya Intervention

    Mar 28, 11 by EurPublisher 5 Comments

    *President Obama spoke to the American public Monday night about US intervention in Libya at the National Defense University, reports Politico. Mr. Obama cited  international support, Libyan rebels’ pleas, the United States’ ability to avoid committing ground troops—and its obligation to prevent genocide. Some highlights: On his decision: Obama says he acted “after consulting” congressional […]

  • Between the Line: Attack On Libya: When Islamophobia Collides With Negrophobia

    Mar 24, 11 by EurPublisher Leave a comment

    *The decision to elevate the assault on Libya and its leader, Moammar Gadhafi, has some very chilling forecasts for normalizing relations with Muslims in America. Libya is involved in a civil war for which no vital American interests are at stake. Libya only controls two percent of the world’s oil, of which the United States […]

  • Obama Cuts Latin America Trip Short; Nobel Peace Prize Under Attack

    Mar 23, 11 by EurPublisher 1 Comment

    *Under the shadow of the Libyan war to the end, President Barack Obama sped to the finish of his Latin American journey on Tuesday, promising a better U.S. fight against the violent drug trade that plagues Central America and undermines the security of an entire region. In tiny El Salvador, Obama again found his time […]