Monthly Archives: "November 2014"

On November 24th , Monday, President Vladimir Putin and Raul Khajimba signed a treaty establishing a collective defense partnership, which, according to the Russian Times Magazine “includes a collective defense system, and extra aid to...

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BBC stated that US and Yemeni troops who are known to have freed eight people held by Al-Qaeda in Eastern Yemen are looking for Western hostages. The US and Yemeni officials say that an American,...

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SUDAN: Quo Vadis?

November 27, 2014

Caught in a forgotten war between rebels and government forces and beset by bandits who roam the lawless roads, villagers in Darfur say their lives can scarcely get any worse if Sudan insists on international...

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Trying to escape near two towns in Mali, capping a week of violence in the desert, ten children were kidnapped and two others were killed by Al-Qaeda-liked rebels, said a senior military official. The rebels...

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Police in Hong Kong arrested 86 people while clearing the Mong Kok protest site amid ongoing demonstrations against China’s involvement in the coming 2017 elections, the government’s Information Service Department said in a statement Wednesday. “Police have arrested 86 people...

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BBC reported this morning that at least 36 civilians have been killed in air strikes by Syrian government warplanes on the IS held Northern city of Raqqa. The majority of the casualties were caused by...

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According to BBC a group of seven Yemenis and a US military expert were taken hostage by a group that is thought to be linked to Al-Qaeda. They were freed by the Yemeni Special Forces....

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Secretary general Jens Stoltenberg claims that NATO’s doors for Ukraine are open.  Kiev may become a member of the organization once it responds to all criteria of membership. In the statement at Hague session, Stoltenberg...

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The joint U.N.-African Union peacekeeping force in Darfur declared on Sunday that the Sudanese government has asked it to prepare plans to exit the country, amid tension between Khartoum and the mission over an investigation...

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In the “broken heart of Africa” diamonds do not associate with luxury and sumptuousness but with crime, fights and coup d’états. Reuters reported the findings of the United Nations panel of experts on gold and...

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