Monthly Archives: "March 2015"

Air raids led by a Saudi-led coalition hit Houthi militia targets across Yemen last night, striking the group’s northern stronghold of Saadeh, the capital, Sanaa, and the central town of Yarim. “There were huge blazes in the...

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Context of the Conflict The South China Sea conflict zone represent several disputes involving both maritime boundaries and islands, each of them involved a different collection of countries – Islands in the South China Sea,...

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Voting in Nigeria’s presidential elections was extended one day, until Sunday, in several areas because technical glitches hit voter ID machines, and Islamist Boko Haram militants killed more than a dozen people in drive-by shootings....

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Boko Haram has suffered heavy casualties after Two Chadian army helicopters bombed the positions of dozens of the militants near a village on the border with Niger. The air raid was carried out after Niger...

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One cannot talk of the Korea War without taking in account that is was a rampant border conflict that culminated between the two young nations and sparked off and manifested in the war which...

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The U.S. military bases in Kandahar and Jalalabad are likely to remain open beyond the end of 2015 as Washington considers slowing its military pull-out from Afghanistan to help the new government fight the Taliban....

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The Syrian military says that it has shot down a US drone near the city of Latakia, which is a stronghold of President Bashar al-Assad in NW Syria. US officials have states that they lost...

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The Foreign Minister of China, Japan and South Korea will meet in Seoul on Saturday at their first meeting for three years, the latest sign of a gradual thaw in East Asian relations.”Cooperation among the...

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A Chechen woman who lives in the Netherlands, has taken her two young children against their father’s will to join the IS militants in Syria, according to the Dutch prosecutors. The mother, along with the...

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A senior member of the Saudi royal family has warned that a deal on Iran’s nuclear program could prompt other regional states to develop atomic fuel. At this time, six world powers are negotiating an...

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