Monthly Archives: "October 2015"

In its trying to become a new caliphate in the area, the Islamic State (IS) struck again by killing eight people. This happened during an attack in the southern part of Aleppo region when one...

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Even if sometimes only for symbolic purposes, and therefore mainly declaratory, but most often aimed at exercising a form of civilian deterrence by other means, EU sanctions have recently increased in frequency and intensity. Every...

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The Terrorism Research & Analysis Consortium’s new study suggested that ISIS has evolved into and “organized and structured extremist organization in order to consolidate its power as a government” within the territory of the Islamic...

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In September this year, Chinese Vice Admiral Yuan Yuba, commander of the People`s Liberation Army Navy`s North Sea Fleet, stated and insisted on the fact that the South China Sea belongs to China, by evoking...

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After the Slovenian government promised 5000 shelters, the immigrants are now chased out of the country. So is the Syrian crisis going on. Overwhelmed by the unexpected number of almost 20.000 refugees who entered their...

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Thousands of protesters reportedly gathered early Tuesday morning in the capital Brazzaville against government reforms – what protesters say are aimed at keeping the current President Denis Sassou Nguesso in power. The protests have erupted...

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Yemen had been a battlefield for an international proxy war since September 2014, when the Houthi rebels seized control of the Capital City, Sanaa. The rebels rejected a government proposed constitution back in January, and...

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As areas of Jerusalem, Israel and West Bank are affected by the worst state of violence in years, the Israeli government, led by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, ordered on Wednesday  the deployment of military corps...

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Five years ago, as Prime Minister (he became President in 2014), Erdogan`s way to combine Islam and democracy appealed to many in countries as Egypt, Libya and Tunisia, countries emerging from the Arab Spring. He...

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Bashar-al-Assad, the Syrian President, has said that a coalition between Syria, Russia, Iran, Iraq must succeed, in order to prevent the total destruction of the region. Criticism against the US-led coalition and the air strikes...

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