Archive for martie 17, 2004

miercuri, martie 17th, 2004

Who is Camilo Mej

miercuri, martie 17th, 2004

Who is Camilo Mej

miercuri, martie 17th, 2004

Who is Camilo Mej

miercuri, martie 17th, 2004

Who is Camilo Mej

Battle for Batumi

miercuri, martie 17th, 2004

Ok folks, time for an update on the Republic of Georgia. Two earlier postings of mine here and here if you’re interested in the background of this situation. Here‘s a picture of some Adjaran “border guards”. Doesn’t look like much, but it’s enough. Looks like Saakashvili‘s motives are becoming clearer: Saakashvili remains insistent that Tbilisi

Battle for Batumi

miercuri, martie 17th, 2004

Ok folks, time for an update on the Republic of Georgia. Two earlier postings of mine here and here if you’re interested in the background of this situation. Here‘s a picture of some Adjaran “border guards”. Doesn’t look like much, but it’s enough. Looks like Saakashvili‘s motives are becoming clearer: Saakashvili remains insistent that Tbilisi

Battle for Batumi

miercuri, martie 17th, 2004

Ok folks, time for an update on the Republic of Georgia. Two earlier postings of mine here and here if you’re interested in the background of this situation. Here‘s a picture of some Adjaran “border guards”. Doesn’t look like much, but it’s enough. Looks like Saakashvili‘s motives are becoming clearer: Saakashvili remains insistent that Tbilisi

Battle for Batumi

miercuri, martie 17th, 2004

Ok folks, time for an update on the Republic of Georgia. Two earlier postings of mine here and here if you’re interested in the background of this situation. Here‘s a picture of some Adjaran “border guards”. Doesn’t look like much, but it’s enough. Looks like Saakashvili‘s motives are becoming clearer: Saakashvili remains insistent that Tbilisi

Did the UN profit off of Iraq’s Food-for-Oil program?

miercuri, martie 17th, 2004

There’s a new meme floating around the Internet. Did high-ranking United Nations officials, possibly including Kofi Annan, profit from Iraq’s Food-for-Oil program? From Bill Safire of the New York Times: Annan’s office kept blaming the 661 committee and stonewalling the press until an irate Iraqi Governing Council hired the accountants KPMG and a law firm [...]

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