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December 10, 2011
Al-Qaeda claims Mali abductions RABAT, Morocco - North Africa's branch of al-Qaeda has denied kidnapping three foreign aid workers in Algeria, but confirmed it was behind two other kidnappings in Mali, according to a statement carried by a Mauritanian news agency. The statement, purportedly by Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb, said the group was focusing its efforts against French and Malian interests and had nothing to do with the October kidnapping of an Italian and two Spanish aid workers in southern Algeria.
NEWS
July 8, 2010 | By JULIE SHAW, shawj@phillynews.com 215-854-2592
Taxi driver Daniel Dzeble yesterday raised his right pants leg to reveal an electronically monitored ankle bracelet he has been ordered to wear so federal immigration officials can monitor his movements. Cabbie Souleymane Drame has one clasped to his ankle, too. Dzeble, of Ghana, and Drame, of Mali, were two of the 23 drivers arrested by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents last week during a sting at a Philadelphia Parking Authority office. ICE contends the drivers are in this country illegally and have put all 23 in removal proceedings.
NEWS
April 19, 1992 | By Rick Lyman, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
From the top of the Great Mosque's minaret, a crumbling shaft of mud and splintered beams, this legendary desert town seems to be melting in the sun. "They call it the gateway to the Sahara," says Nouh Aginfa Yattara, pointing to the great yellow stretches just to the north. "Of course, it was a much richer city once. " For centuries, the name Timbuktu has symbolized the essence of remoteness, mystery and exotic wealth. It's still remote (only two flights a week from Mali's capital, or a two- day jeep trek through bandit country across the trackless desert)
NEWS
July 17, 2008 | By Dan Lieberman and Barbara Boyer INQUIRER STAFF WRITERS
As police pressed their hunt for the killers of a beloved Feltonville clothing-store owner, his fellow African Muslims began a fund drive to ship his body back to his native Mali and spent yesterday remembering his struggle to make a life for his family. Two men shot Amissi Ndikumasabo, 41, in the head Tuesday afternoon. His wife, Bintou Soumare, 45, wounded by a bullet to her left temple, remained in critical condition at Temple University Hospital. The couple has two children.
SPORTS
March 30, 2005 | Daily News Wire Services
Former Arizona State running back Loren Wade was charged yesterday with first-degree murder in the shooting of another former Sun Devils player. Wade, 21, has been held without bond since Saturday, when he was arrested at the slaying site outside a Scottsdale, Ariz., nightspot. Witnesses say they saw him approach the car of Brandon Falkner, and exchange words with Falkner before a single gunshot rang out. Falkner, 25, was killed by a bullet to the head. Before Wade was charged, Arizona State coach Dirk Koetter said at a news conference he had been concerned by Wade's behavior since September, but never interpreted any of it as cause for alarm.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 30, 1999 | By Carrie Rickey, INQUIRER MOVIE CRITIC
Millenial fever is raging, and the year 2000 is all the rage among filmmakers from Mali to Spain. Will the turn of the cosmic odometer mark the death of the Earth or its rebirth? At this year's film festival, nine directors offer nine different answers to the question. Some predict apocalypse, others the same old same old, and yet others the Second Coming. "2000 seen by . . . " - a selection of seven movies set on or around New Year's Eve 1999, plus two other festival films - speculates on life after the big 2 oh oh oh. As there are two distinct types of New Year's revelers - extroverts who prefer crowds and introverts who prefer a party of two - there emerge two distinct types of millennial movies.
NEWS
July 16, 2008 | By Vernon Clark and Dwight Ott INQUIRER STAFF WRITERS
Until yesterday, Amissi Ndukumassabo was the stereotypical immigrant, a man who worked very hard in a clothing store in Feltonville he had bought two years ago, who sent money to his family back home, and who had aspirations of achieving the American dream. About 1:50 p.m., however, he became a sorrowful statistic: The West African native was killed, and his wife critically wounded, during what police said was a robbery inside Urban Wear, a neighborhood store on Wyoming Avenue near Mascher Street.
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