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Patrolling the Libya border with Algeria

In a desertic landscape the line in the sand is hard to see and traffics of all kinds are going on.
Al Jazeera reports


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Added: Apr-11-2012 Occurred On: Apr-11-2012
By: khamomil
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Regional News, Other Middle East
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  • Lol @ "klashinkovs".

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  • DUMBASS

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  • "Former rebels control most of Libya's border posts.
    The government says it's not acceptable.
    It plans to integrate all the fighters into a proper force".

    As anyone with two brain cells to rub together can plainly see Libya is a lawless region with no single entity yet in firm control. It is fractured into various shards where each separate group holds onto what it can see over the barrels of its guns.
    Libya is still very much up for grabs.
    Before any westerners with left leaning ideo More..

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    • @ValleyBlacksmith Wasent the American west the same in the 19th century?Presume you prefer dictatorships?Like Gadaffi, Saddam,Assad. all of them have sponsered war and world wide terrorism at some point.So the west has nothing to lose either way.

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    • @drivenwell2
      I don't choose sides among those vermin. I'd prefer they all dried up and blew away.

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