The end of the crisis: Kazakhstan is now freer from the old regime
The fire that broke out in Kazakhstan is coming to an end and it is increasingly evident that it was the power system still standing of the former father master that went to ashes ...
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Kazakhstan: the crisis continues
The closure of the Internet in Kazakhstan continues throughout the day of Monday 10 January even if it does not seem to have had great effects in calming the protests and unrest ...
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Kazakhstan in flames: for now more the harbingers of a civil war than of an invasion
The arrest on charges of high treason of the head of the National Security Committee Karim Massimov, a member of the clan of former president Nazarbayev, seems to herald ...
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Kazakhstan goes up in flames: diplomacy and special forces at work as firefighters
TASS, Reuters and various local witnesses report that in Almaty until the early evening (local time) of Thursday 6 January, gunshots and explosions were heard and that ...
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Kazakhstan: technical instability tests
A probable new Maidan is taking place in Kazakhstan. The violent protests that broke out a few days ago were directed against the sudden and high increase in ...
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Israel: meeting of African intelligence chiefs in Tel Aviv
The Mossad will host a meeting of African spy leaders in Tel Aviv in late December. At the meeting, which will focus on areas of concern to Israel in Africa, they should ...
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Parallel Libyan convergences
The Libyan events run very fast; the actors, while playing unprecedented parts for the politics of the former Italian colony, are in fact bringing stereotypes onto the scene that ...
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Welcome to chaos, welcome to Libya
The news coming from Libya seems to confirm the pessimism expressed by many parties about the regularity and conceptual goodness of the upcoming electoral round ...
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Israel prepares for the next (imminent?) War
In early November, Israeli Defense Forces Colonel Yaniv Wolfer, Head of the Protection Department ...
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Tragicomic update on the Iranian "rescue" of the Vietnamese oil tanker
Stories always have a beginning and an end; which then can be more or less pleasant, well that's another matter ....
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Is Iran Thwarting US Attempt to Confiscate Oil Tanker in the Oman Sea?
The news this morning, from the Oman Sea, should lead to pressing concern. According to the agency's relaunches ...
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The Ukrainian eastern front is warming up
On Tuesday, Kiev forces began using Turkish-sourced UCAVs, TB2 Bayraktar. Drones ...
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Israel, the last bastion of the West
From the meetings held in the United States last August, the new Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett has returned to his homeland ...
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Libya: clashes between militias reignite. Pacification still far away.
While Taliban power consolidates in Afghanistan, the Mediterranean continues to be a disputed area, a sea of ​​...
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Italian strategic interests in Niger
With the end of the mission in Afghanistan, Italy's strategic interests should become increasingly concentrated ...
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The success of the Taliban worries Israel
The images on the news these days show the Taliban reconquest of Afghanistan, with Westerners ...
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Jihadists attack German soldiers in Mali
According to the Bundeswehr, 12 German soldiers were wounded following a suicide attack which took place 140 km from ...
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Afghanistan: are we forgetting someone?
"That's not fair. Please don't leave us alone after twenty years of collaboration. We didn't leave you alone when ...
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Arctic: the new battleground against "climate change"?
US Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III announced yesterday the establishment of a new Regional Center of the ...
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Coup d'état in Mali: France suspends military cooperation
France temporarily suspended joint military operations with Malian forces after the coup d'etat of ...
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