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Los Angeles TimesBIDA, Nigeria -- He fell in love with his first wife because she was sincere and eager to please. His second wife, a cousin, was irresistible because she did everything he wished and nothing he didn't. "That alone made me love her." His third wife...
Tags: Health, Marriage, Homes, Lawyers, Justice System
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WDCWEvent: Child Witches of the Niger Delta- Combating Child Exploitation in Nigeria Date: Thursday, March 4, 2010 Time: 5:00pm-7:00pm Description: Howard University-African Law Students Association presents: Documentary Screening and Discussion. This...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterRobert Novak, the longtime syndicated columnist and television commentator who was at the center of a furor late in his career as the first journalist to disclose the identity of CIA operative Valerie Plame, died today. He was 78. Novak died at his...
The Associated PressA timeline of events leading up to the conviction of former White House aide I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby on charges stemming from the leak of CIA operative Valerie Plame's name. 2003: - Jan. 28: President Bush asserts in his State of the Union address:...
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Associated PressWASHINGTON - After mentioning a CIA operative to a reporter, Bush confidant Karl Rove alerted the president's No. 2 security adviser about the interview and said he tried to steer the journalist away from allegations the operative's husband was making...
Sun StaffIn another installment of the cat-and-mouse game that the affair of the CIA spy's leaked name has become, conservative columnist Robert Novak gave an unexpected glimpse yesterday at his role in the matter, something he promised he would not do until it...
T.C., Columbia: What differentiates Robert Novak from the other journalists that revealed [CIA agent Valerie] Plame's identity? What repercussions could he be facing? Davis: This is one of the more intriguing mysteries of the CIA leak investigation,...
Tags: Lewis Libby, Employees, Dick Cheney, Diplomacy, Prosecution
Tribune correspondentBalancing a 100-pound bag of grain on top of her head, Koini Ousala trudged uphill to her corner of this remote village of one-room mud huts. She had much to do, Ousala explained. She had to pound her sack of millet into meal for porridge and flour for...
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Tribune correspondentIn their colorful dresses, holding children who cry from hunger, two dozen women gather beneath a twisted, ancient Tchedia tree. Sitting on the ground before them is a rusted metal box. Baraka Sani pats the little box and explains how it changed her life...
Tribune staff reporterWASHINGTON - A special prosecutor questioned President Bush for more than an hour yesterday as part of an investigation into who illegally leaked the identity of an undercover CIA officer. The rare interview by a prosecutor with a sitting president is...
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