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1995 - veteran mercenary Bob Denard frees Comoran president, ending a six-day coup. 1997 - Spain's Princess Cristina marries Olympic handball star Inaki Urdangarin in a glittering ceremony. 1999 - Palestinian and Israeli negotiators agreed on terms for the first-ever safe passage route between the ...
He was also mentioned in fixing deals between Nyayo political giants and Bob Denard, a French soldier and mercenary who was associated with destabilising African governments in Eastern and Southern Africa, and all the way to Congo, Angola and Gabon. The ambassador takes with him to the grave ...

"I have enjoyed reading Katie Hickman's travels with a Mexican circus and Sam Weinberg's quest for the mercenary Bob Denard or Jeremy Seal searching Turkey for the anthropology of the fez. John Berendt's Midnight in the garden of Good and Evil - that includes a murder mystery and travel writing is ...
Though perhaps best known for his operations in countries such as the Congo, Rhodesia and Angola, the legendary French mercenary Bob Denard was particularly adept in forming the president guard of Comoros, a nation of disparate islands near Madagascar. During his time in Comoros, Denard ran a ...
The coup leader is the celebrated French mercenary Bob Denard, who became the islands' strongman as head of the presidential guard. Soilih is killed later that month "while attempting to escape". Abdallah returns as president. Closely linked with the Mercenaries who form the presidential guard, he rules ...
The presidential guard was, in fact, the personal army of Bob Denard, a notorious French mercenary and agent of French colonialism in Africa after World War II. (The Associated ... Oh, but Bancroft doesn't employ mercenaries, company founder Michael Stock told The New York Times. "Mercenary activity is ...

Simon Mann, a British mercenary sentenced for a coup plot against Equatorial Guinea, was pardoned on Tuesday. .... in the Congo against rebels in mineral rich Katanga province in 1961 (and against Bob Denard) with a few hundred salty Mercenaries, mostly white South Africans and Rhodesians. He also ...
The trio of islands, nestled off the Africa's east coast between Mozambique and Madagascar, takes its name from "qamar" - the Arabic word for moon. .... Bob Denard, the French mercenary dubbed the "pirate of the Republic", was to develop something of an obsession with the Comoros, that started with him ...
The French mercenary, Bob Denard, has died, his family says. He had been suffering from Alzheimer's disease. "I confirm that he has died," his sister Georgette Garnier told Reuters. Denard, 78, was notorious for leading coups in Africa, including four in the Comoros Islands - the most recent of which was in ...
1995 - veteran mercenary Bob Denard frees Comoran president, ending a six-day coup. 1997 - Spain's Princess Cristina marries Olympic ...
... and Bob Denard, a French soldier and mercenary who was associated with destabilising African governments in Eastern and Southern Africa ...
"I have enjoyed reading Katie Hickman's travels with a Mexican circus and Sam Weinberg's quest for the mercenary Bob Denard or Jeremy ...
When independence movements began to sweep through Africa in .... the legendary French mercenary Bob Denard was particularly adept in ...
The coup leader is the celebrated French mercenary Bob Denard, who ... army foils an attempted coup by a group of French Mercenaries who ...
A French-born mercenary with a criminal record and possible ties to ... New York Times' ace Africa reporter Jeffrey Gettleman and others. ... The presidential guard was, in fact, the personal army of Bob Denard, a notorious French mercenary ... Oh, but Bancroft doesn't employ mercenaries, company founder ...
Simon Mann, a British mercenary sentenced for a coup plot against .... in 1961 (and against Bob Denard) with a few hundred salty Mercenaries, ...
The trio of islands, nestled off the Africa's east coast between Mozambique and .... Bob Denard, the French mercenary dubbed the "pirate of the ...

Notorious French mercenary Bob Denard has been a constant shadow over the small islands, participating in a number of coups up until 1995, ...
Many remember him as the Chairman of the turbulent Truth, Justice and reconciliation Commission (TJRC) whose final report is still gathering ...
"I have enjoyed reading Katie Hickman's travels with a Mexican circus and Sam Weinberg's quest for the mercenary Bob Denard or Jeremy ...
He, however, cited war veteran Bob Denard, who was honoured quite recently with the Nobel Peace Prize for literature, for works that he did ...
Since independence, Comoros has been infamous for coups and coup attempts - four aided by French mercenary Bob Denard. In one, he and ...
When independence movements began to sweep through Africa in .... the legendary French mercenary Bob Denard was particularly adept in ...
Among the most notorious Mercenaries in African conflicts has been 'Mad' Mike Hoare, ... men, most of them from the then apartheid South Africa. ... French veteran mercenary Bob Denard (centre), 66, is taken into custody by ...
Simon Mann, a British mercenary sentenced for a coup plot against .... in 1961 (and against Bob Denard) with a few hundred salty Mercenaries, ...
I have enjoyed reading Katie Hickman's travels with a Mexican circus and Sam Weinberg's quest for the mercenary Bob Denard or Jeremy Seal searching Turkey for the anthropology of the fez. John Berendt's Midnight in the garden of Good and Evil - that ...
"I have enjoyed reading Katie Hickman's travels with a Mexican circus and Sam Weinberg's quest for the mercenary Bob Denard or Jeremy Seal searching Turkey for the anthropology of the fez. John Berendt's Midnight in the garden of Good and Evil - that ...
1995 veteran mercenary Bob Denard frees the Comoran president, ending a six-day coup. 1997 Spain's Princess Cristina marries Olympic handball star Inaki Urdangarin in a glittering ceremony.
Research into this issue was also funded by the Carnegie Commission, who investigated the causes for the 'poor White problem', and published a report in 1932 called The Poor White Problem in South Africa: Report of the Carnegie Commission, which made ...
... and Mamelukes and carjackers and colonial infantrymen and haruspices and counterfeiters and rape-starved soldiers and drinkers of adulterated milk and self-taught bakers and marabouts and Mercenaries claiming to be one of Bob Denard's crew and ...


 

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