War in the Sahel - cap.2: The Great French Brother (FINE)
The red-yellow-green tricolors of the République du Mali wave on the poles by the river. The port of Mopti is nothing more than a bank on the Niger where the boats dock. Yes...
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War in the Sahel - cap.1: At Mali estremi ...
You already have an idea at Bamako Senou airport. The yellow fever vaccine is just about done with a syringe that is good for everyone. To get around it, the ...
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Photoreportage: Online Defense Still in the Donbass!
A year ago we were in the Donbass, telling what others don't say. We passed by Kiev to cross the lines to Donetsk. Today the 2 May, anniversary of ...
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Lebanon, at the confines of the war. Cap.8: Christians in danger
Lebanon is a multi-faith country that gathers different ethnic groups (18 are officially recognized as different religious confessions) used to living together without problems. The...
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Lebanon, on the border of the war. Cap.7: the "Resistance" park
Maroun al-Ras, is a village in the south of Lebanon where at a glance you can touch the Israeli border. Here in the 2006 the war had destroyed almost everything, the country was ...
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Lebanon, at the confines of the war. Cap.6: Comparative Sciism, interview with Sayyed Ali al-Amin
Sayyed Ali al-Amin, a Lebanese philosopher and author of numerous treatises on interreligious dialogue, is a character with a great intellectual charm that gives us a precious ...
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Lebanon, at the confines of the war. Cap.5: Exclusive interview with Sayyed Ali Fadlallah
Exclusive interview with Sayyed Ali Fadlallah, an important religious leader within the Shiite community, responsible for Religious Dialogue, has a fundamental role in the ...
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Lebanon, at the confines of the war. Cap.4: Sheikh Salim Sussan, Sayda Mufti
The mufti of Sayda Sheikh Salim Sussan, Sunni, in the interview highlighted the many difficulties in the area of ​​Sayda, in the south of Lebanon where he operates. The Israeli enemy - ...
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Lebanon, at the confines of the war. Cap.3: over the wall, waiting for the return
Refugee camps in Lebanon are not new, since 70 years are an integral part of this country. Born to welcome ...
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Lebanon, on the edge of the war. Cap.2: "Security Strategy", interview with Minister Nohad El Machnouk
The interview with the Lebanese Minister of the Interior and Municipalities Nohad El Machnouk defines a complete picture ...
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Lebanon, at the confines of the war. Cap.1: Feast of Resistance
Lebanon represents, in the international geopolitical panorama, an important junction point of the whole system ...
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Syrian diary. Cap.10: The Assad taxi driver
Syria is a box with five doors. For now only one remains open: the easier and friendlier one; the one that...
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Syrian diary. Cap.9: beyond hope
Tarek is a cook. The 27 May of 2012, once the hotel school is over, starts for the three-year leverage. After the first ...
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Nigeria, between the fight against corruption, the non-existent war and the splitters of the south
One year after the presidential elections that brought the former general and president, Mohammed Buhari back to power, the ...
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SYRIA: THE MACERIES OF ALEPPO AND THE WIND OF THE WEST
Soap has been made in Aleppo for 2000 years, mixing olive oil and bay leaves. Olives and laurel have always grown in Syria ....
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Syrian diary. Cap.8: people flee to Europe because ...
S. is an entrepreneur. Judging from the car park under the company's Damascus headquarters, even successful. It has ways ...
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Syrian diary. Cap.7: abduction and ransom
On the return journey to Damascus there is a soldier in the seat next to him. It's called A. and it comes from a small village of ...
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Syrian diary. Cap.6: The barber of Damascus
M. is a thin man. The beard of a month frames a sad and gray face like the wall. He has a dark look that ...
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Syrian diary. Cap.5: "So ISIS has massacred my platoon ..."
A sideways look, beyond the window. Somar speaks slowly, with the certain words and cadences of those he has seen. It's a...
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Syrian diary. Cap.4: The children of war
Beyond the bombs and the blood, the war is made of contrails. Not those of planes and missiles, not those of smoke. The trails are ...
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