With 90% of up to 4.4 million barrels of oil ‘unaccounted for’, it’s now… still unaccounted for.
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Highlighting U.S. intervention in the further destruction of Somalia and as Ugandans mourn a terrorist attack from Somali militants and Fareed Zakaria noting the non-threat of ‘failed states’ and the imminent blowback induced by the failed missions of nation building.