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While many places are experiencing cold temperatures, much of the Arctic has had an unusually mild winter. Too much so for professional hunter and hunting guide Idlout, who was out checking if conditions had improved after a cold snap. The breakaway floe is just more evidence conditions are still too warm, the ice too soft.

“They [disparate Boko Haram rebels] still maintain considerable operational capabilities and the intent to stage brazen attacks, the focus being primarily in the remote northeast,” says Roddy Barclay, a senior West Africa analyst at Control Risks in London. “But their operational networks have become constricted by the military campaign through the tactical successes in dismantling some cells, arresting and indeed killing some militant leaders,” Mr. Barclay says.

To add to the confusion, John fitz Richard’s son Eustace fitz John married Agnes fitz Nigel de Halton; her father was William fitz Nigel, Baron of Halton, whose father was Nigel (or Niel) de Augenges.6 However, William fitz Nigel is reported by some to be John fitz Richard’s brother rather than reporting him as Eustace fitz John’s father in law,1 perhaps because Eustace fitz John inherited his father in law’s title. William fitz Nigel appears in the “Domesday Book” as Willelm Filius Nigelli, and Keats Rohan makes the relationships clear in writing that William fitz Nigel’s daughter “and his principal heiress Agnes wife of Eustache fitz John, through whom the constableship passes to her descendants”.5 So, John fitz Richard’s son Eustace fitz John was the husband of Agnes fitz Nigel, and thus William fitz Nigel was his father in law with his title Baron of Halton passed to Eustace fitz John in right of his wife, Agnes, so that the title might be passed to her descendants. Again, Keats Rohan flatly states that John fitz Richard was the “son of Richard barbour observe jacket
fitz Ranulf”4 and so no brotherly relationship to William fitz Nigel could exist.

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Some have argued that the impact of an Internet shutdown in Libya was less severe than in countries like Egypt because relatively few Libyans have Internet access. According to the research group jacket barbour
OpenNet Initiative, at the time only about 6 percent of Libyans had home or public Internet access. In Egypt the number was 24 percent, in the United States 81. However, as noted by Jillian York, coordinator of the OpenNet Initiative, the few Libyans that did have Internet access were educated and barbour international womens
politically aware and therefore more influential.[19] Leslie Harris, president of the Center for Democracy and Technology, noted that the Internet shutdown would make it more difficult for Libyans, especially those in the capital Tripoli, to receive updates about the state of the protests around the country.[20]