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Topic - Ould Abdel Aziz
Local authorities in eastern Congo said that the population's lack of information on Ebola and the traditional practice of washing corpses before funerals are helping the epidemic to spread.
President Obama is being denounced by most of the developing world as an aggressor; protesters are demonstrating outside the White House charging America with committing torture; pictures have been released of American troops engaged in barbaric acts; and liberal Democrats have discovered the word impeachment. It seems like it is 2005 again, but this time Barack is playing the role of commander in chief instead of Senate floor heckler.
"This odious crime was committed because of the difficult political and security circumstances our brotherly neighbor is experiencing," President Ould Abdel Aziz said, referring to the Islamist takeover of Mali's north.
"Unfortunately, this crime would not have happened were it not for the deterioration of the security situation in the country," he told reporters. "We do not want to further complicate the situation."