Reports of the Somali militants' digital demise are absolutely true.
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Instead of resolving the incident at In Amenas, the country's armed forces just made a bad situation even worse.
Turns out the al Qaeda-affiliated militant has been on a UN watchlist since 2003.
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Everyone knows that spending bills for gigantic weapons systems originate in the House -- not the Oval Office.
So what if they are? It wouldn't be the first time a news organization became an intelligence service.
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... but it's probably not to launch Google.kp.
TIME's choice was logical -- and safe.
The veteran NBC correspondent made it out of a country that has claimed more reporters' lives this year than anywhere else.
Beijing's support for Pyongyang is at growing odds with its international responsibilities.
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And it's a record-breaker.
Or will it simply burnish Beijing's domestic image?
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