Middle East

23.11.2014 Redazione Italia

Uncomplicated, in Afghanistan

Uncomplicated, in Afghanistan

By Kathy Kelly On November 7, 2014, while visiting Kabul, the Secretary General of NATO Jens Stoltenberg noted that  NATO will soon launch a new chapter, a new non-combat mission in Afghanistan. But it’s difficult to spot the new … »

19.11.2014 Pressenza Hong Kong

Iran: opportunities that may not come by again

Iran: opportunities that may not come by again

There is less than one week till the new round of nuclear talks resume between Iran and P5+1 in which a comprehensive and mutually agreed upon agreement probably will be reached. Different predictions, sometimes being contradicted, have so far been made and still are going on. Through the last round … »

18.11.2014 Milena Rampoldi

Hiramic Brotherhood of the Third Temple, a review

Hiramic Brotherhood of the Third Temple, a review

Introducing this collection of articles written by the author of the novel “Hiramic Brotherhood of the Third Temple” is easy and difficult at the same time. It is easy if we understand how important our children are and that only if we feel that all children of this … »

08.11.2014 Pressenza Hong Kong

Why arming rebels will fuel Syria’s inferno

Why arming rebels will fuel Syria’s inferno

The Syrian conflict is taking yet another dramatic turn as the militant jihadists of Jabhat al-Nusra, al-Qaeda’s official Syrian affiliate, rout rebels from their strongholds in Idlib, threatening to eliminate entirely any presence by moderate rebels in northern Syria, as the Islamic State has already done in the … »

06.11.2014 Human Wrongs Watch

Climate Change: Afghans on the Front Line

  Human Wrongs Watch By Joe Dyke, Mazar-i-Sharif, 4 November 2014 (IRIN)* – In northern Afghanistan, the residents don’t often use the phrase – most don’t even know it. But as they describe how increasingly extreme weather patterns are making their lives harder every year, they map out many of the … »

04.11.2014 Pressenza London

Jerusalem burns, “one city, two capitals”

Jerusalem burns, “one city, two capitals”

Meir Margalit for Sinpermiso Jerusalem burns. Since they already four months a wave of unrest has swept East Jerusalem, and at this stage of events, no one can predict where it will lead. This uprising has very particular characteristics: it is spontaneous, lacks leadership and is directed almost exclusively … »

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