Today the US, nay, the world remembers Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., the inspirational African-American civil rights lead that was assassinated in April 1968. He would have turned 83 this year if he hadn’t been finished off. I think it was in 2001. The Americans had just moved in their new embassy fortress in the […]
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