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Libya’s bid starting to look like a longshot for the 2020 Olympics

June 16, 2011

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By Hadid Hijab – Daily Burlesque 16/06/2011 Cairo, Egypt – Despite submitting one of the most impressive bids to the IOC (International Olympic Committee) for the 2020 Summer Games, Libya’s chances of hosting the games are starting to fade says IOC observer Roger Black. “Muammar Gaddafi really needs to understand that the IOC is not […]

Baghdad Court rules against goat diaper prosecution case

June 7, 2011

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By Hadid Hijab – Daily Burlesque 7/6/2011 Muslim Clerics in Iraq are fuming over a recent secular court decision to repeal the punishment handed down to Ali Al-Salem, a farmer from the Iraqi village of Al Balad in the central region of Iraq’s Anbar province. Al-Salem had been convicted by a court of clerics for […]

Some beginning to question if they really went to Iraq

June 7, 2011

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By Randall York – Daily Burlesque 6/6/2011 St. Louis, MO – A growing number of Veteran’s from Operation Iraqi Freedom are beginning to question whether they ever actually went to Iraq. The movement is being lead by former Staff Sgt. John Perkins from Baton Rouge, LA who started an online support group called Where-Did-we-go.com after […]