|Algeria (Photo credit: NASA Goddard Photo and Video)|
In today's analysis we take a brief look at Anton Goryunov reports from Cairo about Western politicians and the response in the news to the recent terrorist attack at the gas plant in Algeria.
In today's post we trace the exact route terrorists took to arrive in Mali and with weapons from Libya and a little bit more information about the country in general, to find out more about what Anton is saying go over to Stirring Trouble Internationally.
François Hollande and British Prime Minister David Cameron are very good friends and they have been taking a noble look at the dangers of terrorism in North Africa.
They also look at some interesting things from other countries who visit Libya, have interests in Egypt and both countries are doing the best they can to help out after all these troubles.
Satellite image of Africa, showing the ecological break that defines the sub-Saharan area (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Nicolas Sarkozi and the Libyan sovereign are in talks with the Libyan authorities in no particular order about oil, gas contracts Libyan freedom and democracy. France is despite the problems with the euro sent French troops to Mali, to save it from Al Qaeda in Syria and I think Islamist s in Egypt.
François Hollande (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
- Bit Rich For Western Politicians To Take A Principled Stand On The Terrorist Attack In Algeria. When They Basically Encouraged It (stirringtroubleinternationally.com)
- Algeria vows to fight Qaeda after 38 workers killed (news.yahoo.com)
- Al Qaeda-Linked Terrorists Threaten More Attacks in Algeria (israelnationalnews.com)
- Algeria: Canadian managed gas plant attack (upi.com)
- Algerian official: 'Numerous' bodies found at gas plant (usatoday.com)
- Algeria Bashing by Incompetent America: A Bad Idea (blogs.the-american-interest.com)
- By Design: French Mali Invasion Spills into Algeria (theuglytruth.wordpress.com)
- Algeria defends hardline response to hostage crisis (csmonitor.com)
- Most weapons used in attack came from Libya... (telegraph.co.uk)