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  • Sada is often struck by the coincidental nature of her fencing fetish and her Olympic dream.

    USATODAY.com - Jacobsons carry big part of U.S. fencing hopes

  • February 16th, 2010 more imagesFebruary 16, 2010 (Sampurn Wire): After attaining success down south actress Sadhaaf Mohammed Syed largely known by her on screen name Sada is all geared up to make a mark in B-town with her latest outing horror flick 'Click'.

    Gaea Times (by Simple Thoughts) Breaking News and incisive views 24/7

  • February 16, 2010 (Sampurn Wire): After attaining success down south actress Sadhaaf Mohammed Syed largely known by her on screen name Sada is all geared up to make a mark in B-town with her latest outing horror flick 'Click'.

    Gaea Times (by Simple Thoughts) Breaking News and incisive views 24/7

  • Mdantsane and other Ciskei "dumping grounds," such as Sada near

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • As the Sada is the strongest base of Taliban militants therefore the government writ is nil; that is why due to lack of monitoring and writ of government, clashes spread throughout the Kurram Agency and now its control is quiet difficult due to invasion of Taliban militants. "

    IntelliBriefs

  • One man, identified as Sada Takahashi, remains under "house arrest" and faces further investigation, according to Xinhua.

    China releases three Japanese citizens

  • And last week, the most recent issue of Sada al-Malahim, an online magazine published by al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, called for the Tunisian people to implement "God's law" and said that democracy was the way to hell, according to a translation posted on Waq-al-Waq, a blog written by Gregory Johnsen, an expert on Yemen based at Princeton University.

    Yemen's unrest could embolden al-Qaeda - or sideline it amid democratic hopes

  • In Doha, the oil minister of Qatar, Mohammed Saleh Al Sada, said OPEC was watching the situation in Libya and would step in if necessary, but there was "no need for nervousness" about supply.

    West Shuns Libyan Crude

  • Mr. Al Sada said OPEC, which produces more than a third of the oil the world consumes, was evaluating whether it needs to meet ahead of its scheduled gathering in June.

    West Shuns Libyan Crude

  • In a September 2009 issue of Sada al-Malahem, or Voice of Battles, an Arabic-language online magazine put out by al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula, al-Asiri described how he recruited his brother and they made the journey to Yemen.

    Ibrahim Hassan al-Asiri, Yemen Bombmaker, Key Suspect In Terror Plot

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