P.I.D. Radio 1/20/13: More Adventures in Africa


Algerian hostage crisisALGERIAN SPECIAL forces stormed a natural gas plant in the Sahara Desert Sunday, ending a hostage situation that reportedly claimed over 80 lives, including those of the 32 militants who attacked the plant last week. It is unclear if any of the hostages survived.

The group claiming responsibility claimed the attack was a response to military action against comrades in neighboring Mali, where French troops (with British support) and a pan-African force (with American support) are moving against Islamist militants. Although the attack was apparently planned long before the French military was deployed in Mali, the question remains: Who is telling the whole truth about Western military involvement?

Also: President Obama sworn in for the third and fourth times; horse meat in the burgers at Tesco; Senator Kirk sees angels; parallels between Rome and the U.S.; and the contentious year ahead in bioethics according to Wesley J. Smith.

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