Afghanistan: if others have cried, China (already now) certainly isn't laughing...
The death toll from yesterday's suicide attack in a "Pakistani" mosque in the city of Peshawar (capital of the "tribal areas" in...
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France pushed out by the former colonies
Within a month, the approximately 400 soldiers of the French forces of the "Sabre" operation will have to leave the territory of Burkina Faso. A spokesman for the French Foreign Ministry...
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Somalia, the massacre continues
Al-Shabaab strikes again1. This time the balance of the attack against a Somali army base perpetrated by the Islamic extremist group has caused more than one hundred deaths (the ...
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Over 200 coups in Africa: two attempted in the last month
In less than a year, the African continent has experienced eight coups and attempted coups. But lusts for power and money are not always supported by adequate...
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Taiwan prolongs compulsory military service
While in Italy the "mini naia" and its possible form, duration and purpose are discussed, more or less seriously, arousing controversy and conflicting opinions, in other parts of the...
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Kosovo: first sentence for war crimes issued
The trial of Salih Mustafa, a former commander of the Kosovo Liberation Army (UCK), has concluded before the Specialized Chambers of Kosovo (KSC). With the sentence...
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Turkey and Caspian hydrocarbons
During a recent trilateral summit with the president of Azerbaijan, Ilham Heydar oğlu Aliyev, and that of Turkmenistan, Serdar Gurbangulyýewiç Berdimuhamedow, the...
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UK migration policy
The High Court in London has found the British government's plan to send asylum seekers to Rwanda lawful. The government says the plan is intended to discourage...
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The coup in Peru failed. Four compatriots are also involved in the protests
Peru has declared a national state of emergency. Over the past week, since now ex-President Pedro…
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If the wave of destabilization hits Mongolia
Those of us with good memories will remember that the present year 2022 opened with the protests that have…
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Border clashes between India and China continue
While the attention of the majority of public opinion in Western countries continues to be focused on...
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What is behind the cancellation of the "Desert Shield" exercise between Russia and Algeria?
All the main newspapers in the sector announced the conduct of the Russian exercise in recent weeks...
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Karakalpakstan, another war forgotten: the trial for the Nukus demonstrations is underway
The trial of the 22 defendants arrested following the protests of 1 and 2 July is taking place these days...
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We The UAE 2031: a decade of growth for the Emirates?
On Tuesday, during the first day of the UAE government's annual meeting in Abu Dhabi, the…
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Will or accident?
The news about the explosions in Poland, which apparently killed two civilians, caused a strong impression...
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Who is behind the attack on former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan?
The Pakistani Army and the ISI (Islamabad's powerful secret service) behind the attack on the former prime minister ...
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Memorandum of Understanding between the United Arab Emirates and the Arab Republic of Egypt
On the sidelines of the 27 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP2022) in Sharm El-Sheikh, it was ...
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Somalia, the massacre continues. Hundreds more dead in Mogadishu
The wave of terrorist acts in Somalia does not stop. Even today the Somali police make it known that three people are ...
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Israel at the polls: distant peace
For the fifth time since 2019, Israel returns to the polls without being able to count on a certain and qualified majority ....
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Iran: freedom tonight?
Anyone who thinks that geopolitics is not also an evaluation of the human variable is wrong. It's not taking part, but it's ...
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