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Constructive Military Intervention: The Turkish Example!!
Written by Frisky Larr   
Jun 06, 2007 at 03:47 PM

“Democracy will mean different things to different Nations” is a legendary statement expressed by King Abdullah of Jordan in the wake of George W. Bush’s failed and ill-advised drive to spread democracy through the Middle East. This quote was echoed in a CNN’s program trailer for several months in the course of last year, as if it sought to sound the message clearly from a “higher father” to an erring son afflicted with a wrong obsession.

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Nigerian leader seeks to calm oil region
Written by EDWARD HARRIS, Associated Press Writer   
Jun 04, 2007 at 12:00 AM

By EDWARD HARRIS, Associated Press Writer Tue May 29, 2:46 PM ET

ABUJA, Nigeria - President Umaru Yar'Adua used his inaugural address Tuesday to appeal for an immediate end to the violence that has slashed crude production in Nigeria's oil heartland, and the largest militant group said it would consider the overture.

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