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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

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  1. BloombergBusiness Video reveals the investigators located a torn up sick note indicating Andreas Guenter Lubitz, co-pilot of GermanyWings flight 4U9525 was under medical treatment, speculation suggests for mental illness or for emotional issues related to girlfriend issues.

  2. Boko Haram HQ Gwoza in Nigeria ‘retaken’ (BBC, March 27, 2015)

    “The Nigerian army says it has retaken the north-eastern town of Gwoza, believed to be the headquarters of militant Islamist group Boko Haram. “Several terrorists died while many are captured,” a tweet from the defences forces said. Mopping-up operations are ongoing in and around the town, the military said. News of the recapture comes a day before presidential elections, which were postponed by six weeks because of the offensive against Boko Haram.

    Thousands of people have been killed since 2009, when the group began its insurgency to create an Islamic state.

    Since a regional force began helping Nigeria take on the insurgents this year, many towns have been retaken. The most recent military briefing said that only three districts, including Gwoza, remained under Boko Haram’s control, down from 14. After his fighters captured Gwoza in August 2014, the Boko Haram leader declared a caliphate in areas under his control. “Troops this morning captured Gwoza destroying the Headquarters of the Terrorists self styled Caliphate,” a tweet from Nigerian armed forces said….”

  3. Somalia hotel car bomb ‘kills two’ in Mogadishu (BBC, March 27, 2015)

    “At least two people have died after a car bomb exploded at the gates of a hotel in the Somali capital, Mogadishu, eyewitness have told the BBC. Police say the blast outside the popular Maka al-Mukarama hotel was followed by gunfire. It is unclear whether any gunmen managed to enter the hotel complex.

    Hotels in Mogadishu are often targeted by al-Shabab militants, who were driven from the city several years ago but still control southern rural areas.

    A car bomb went off outside the Maka al-Mukarama earlier this month – the al-Qaeda-linked militants said they were behind that attack. Many politicians and businessmen stay at the hotel as it is on the main road linking the presidential palace to the city’s airport.

    Somalia has been ravaged by conflict for more than two decades….”

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