Syrian Diary. Cap.3: At the front with the "Falcons of the Desert"
From a small town along the coast we head north. Near Latakia we meet for the first time a column of Russian trucks followed by a BMP traveling on a tablet. Syrians who ...
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Syrian diary. Cap.2: Damascus is reborn, on the edge of the war
Damascus is a city at a minimum. Getting there is a strange effect, especially if it's not the first time: little traffic and too many lights turned off at night. For those who live there or have already been ...
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Syrian Diary. Cap.1: The gutter in the dark
Consistent with the decision to tell the countries only through field experience, we are in Syria! The security system, more rigid after the Russian intervention, makes ...
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Reportage Palestine / Israel: the "Temporary International Presence in Hebron" mission
Observe, monitor the violations committed by the parties, photograph the scenes of violence to be able to build dossiers on which to compare the Israeli government and the ...
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Derry Christmas! The new generation of Ulster
Years go by and the globalized world tries to freeze another piece of himself. Whatever the field choice, the Irish question remains one of the most classic examples of ...
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Nigeria, the Biafra becomes inflamed
New challenge for the newly elected President Buhari, who had managed to cope with the terrorist phenomenon of Boko Haram isolating it in the remote regions of the Northeast. In ...
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Israel and Palestine seen from Hebron. Cap.2: Future Possible? (end)
More than a large Jewish settlement, Kyriat Arba is a sort of second city. A very large residence that flanks the urban center. The exception of Hebron compared to others ...
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Lebanon: in Hezbollah's den
It takes half a day to get to and from Beirut to any other city in Lebanon. For the north coast buses depart from Doura. For the West or the South Sea, you have to ...
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Israel and Palestine seen by Hebron. Cap. 1: the intifada of the knives.
A TIPH XNUMXxXNUMX, the Temporary International Presence in Hebron, passes by. Quickly splash uphill blurring the ...
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Albania-Serbia Cap.2: Kosovo suspended (fine)
From the Serbian town of Raška, many things are understood. First of all, do not say the word "border" with ...
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Albania-Serbia Cap.1: geopolitics in the balloon
There are 100 meters between the first coffee on the north shore and the bridge of Austerlitz, so called by the French arrived ...
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Azerbaijan between energy and security. Cap.2
That Russia and Azerbaijan have deep ties is a historical fact. Among the Azerbaijani themselves and on the streets of Baku the ...
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Azerbaijan between energy and security. Cap.1
The journey from the airport to the center of Baku shows the evolution of Azerbaijan over the last two decades thanks ...
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The Balkans and the bad conscience - cap.3: Europe fall (end)
On one side the blocks of the last socialist building, on the other the glass of the institutional buildings and the blue flags ...
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The Balkans and the bad conscience - cap.2: silence that applies to everyone
At the Zupci border, coming from Montenegro, it is easy to understand: wherever you go, Bosnia is always ...
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The Balkans and the bad conscience - cap.1: Bosnia invented
Until '91 Trieste was a door and the highway that went further, pulled straight without different acronyms. He was pointing south ...
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From the Ukrainian front - chap. 5 (END): The men of war who do not tell
Ukraine with spring is less news. There was no resumption of hostilities in style. The snow goes away but ...
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From the Ukrainian front - chap. 4: The Minsk agreements seen by a tank
Road between Luhansk and Debaltsevo. It is the northern part of the Donbass, now all filorussa. In front of the casing of an 72 T, ...
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From the Ukrainian front - chap. 3: What Azov are we talking about?
Broken glass and chipped walls. There is more order in the rubble of the Donetsk airport than in the western minds ...
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From the Ukrainian front - cap.2: One day in Donetsk
Sleeping with light is not easy. With the flashes of the mortars then, even less. The windows vibrate, it seems the fortune. There...
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