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World View: Putin Recruits Boyz II Men to Improve Russian Fertility

World View: Putin Recruits Boyz II Men to Improve Russian Fertility

This morning’s key headlines from GenerationalDynamics.com:

  • Far left suicide bomber attacks U.S. embassy in Ankara Turkey
  • Putin invites Boyz II Men to Russia to improve fertility
  • Egypt protesters clash with police in ‘Friday of Deliverance’

Far left suicide bomber attacks U.S. embassy in Ankara Turkey

Ecevit Sanli, a member of the far-left terrorist RevolutionaryPeople’s Liberation Party/Front (DHKP/C), detonated a suicide vest onFriday at the entrance of the U.S. Embassy in Ankara, Turkey. Embassysecurity had been increased since the embassy attack in Benghazi, andso the Sanli was stopped at the first of a series of checkpoints as heattempted to enter the embassy. As a result, there was only one deathbesides the bomber — the Turkish guard at the first checkpoint.Police detained nearly 100 DHKP/C members last month, and 55 of themwere arrested pending trial on accusations of being members of aterrorist organization. Police seized a large number of documents fromthe addresses of the suspects, which revealed the group’s plans toassassinate politicians, judges, prosecutors and police officers.There has been no claim of responsibility for the attack. It’s notknown whether the terrorist attack is related to the conflict inSyria, or to the batteries of Nato’s Patriot anti-missile missilesbeing installed on Turkey’s border with Syria. Zaman (Istanbul)

Putin invites Boyz II Men to Russia to improve fertility

With Russia’s population having suffered a devastating decline inrecent years, president Vladimir Putin is looking for new ways topromote his fertility campaign, to get Russian couples to have moresex and more kids. Putin’s latest attempt to inspire men and womencomes just before Valentine’s day, as the Western R&B trio Boyz II Menwill perform a selection of their classic and new romantic ballads ina concert in Moscow on February 6. Rumors are that they may write anew song about Moscow. Moscow Times

Egypt protesters clash with police in ‘Friday of Deliverance’

In the Mideast, the largest demonstrations always occur on Fridays,after midday prayers end, and worshippers pour out the mosques intothe streets. In Egypt, the National Salvation Front (NSF), a group of16 Egyptian opposition parties and movements, had called for massiveof protesters took to the streets on Friday. The protests werepeaceful at first, but turned violent in the evening, especially nearthe Presidential Palace in Cairo. At one point, protesters hurledMolotov cocktails and firecrackers at the police, who returned theattack with gun fire and volleys of teargas. The political situationin Egypt is deteriorating rapidly, and it’s far from clear thatpresident Mohamed Morsi will be able to stop the carnage and bring itunder control. The riots and violence have broader implications, inthat Qatar is supporting Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood, while theSaudis are supporting the Salafist al-Nour party, and the ObamaAdministration supports the Army. There are increasing fears thatthese three forces will clash, leading either to a military coup or toa civil war. Al-Ahram (Cairo) and Debka

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