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January 15, 2007

January 15, 2007  3:00 PM

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Global Crisis Watch calls to Nairobi and Washington for an exclusive interview with Ismael Hurreh, Foreign Minister of the Transitional Federal Government of Somalia, about the latest developments in Ras Kamboni and Mogadishu, and Sajeeb Wazed, Chairman of the Bongobondhu Foundation and Awami League supporter, about the continuing political crisis unfolding in Bangladesh.

January 10, 2007

January 10, 2007  3:00 PM

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Sajeeb Wazed, Chairman of the Bongobondhu Foundation and supporter of the pro-democracy and secular Awami League opposition party, joins Global Crisis Watch to explain the election boycott in Bangladesh, the increasingly tense stand-off between pro-democracy activists and government forces, and the critical importance of the situation as things spins out of control and send Bangladesh back into the hands of Islamic fundamentalists and al Qaeda elements.

January 8, 2007

January  8, 2007  3:00 PM

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Global Crisis Watch calls to Washington and Buffalo and dissects the recent discovery of Iran’s support for Sunni militants in Iraq with Eli Lake of the New York Sun, the defeat of al Qaeda and the Islamic Courts Union in Somalia with Dr. Abdiweli Ali of Niagara University, and the political tango unfolding in Washington over President Bush’s Iraq strategy with Daveed Gartenstein-Ross, author of “My Year Inside Radical Islam.”

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