Perhaps more apt to say those people. As in loud-mouthed idiots.
The Gothamist has the full story on Bob Dylan’s appearance on WBAI radio in 1966 where he decided, against his best judgement, to take calls live on the air. It goes about […]
Ibrahim ag Alhabib was only a toddler when he saw his father abducted and executed by Mali’s government forces, who were working to suppress a Touareg rebellion. The nomadic berber tribe had risen up against what they perceived as government tyranny and suppression against their way of life, and paid a steep and swift price.
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