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Why Is Russia Invested In Portable Docks Near Syria?

Russia is now planning to build a floating dock, off the Syrian coast. This is not good news for Syria at all. While the world

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Why Lebanon Is Going To Lose Turkish Electricity Too?

Accruing to the worst financial crises that Lebanon has faced in over a decade, it is now under fire for going dark. Running its services

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Syria and Saudi Arabia ready to re-establish full diplomatic relations, Arab media reveal

The Syrian conflict, after more than ten years from its beginning, could have come to a turning point. Indeed, local media revealed the arrival of

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Turkey, Erdogan knocks on the doors of the Caucasus

In recent years, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has pursued an increasingly aggressive foreign policy towards surrounding regions to revive the Ottoman Empire. Not only

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Al-Qaeda returns to threaten the United States, “the war is not ended, get out of the whole Islamic world”

Two days after the 10th anniversary of Osama bin Laden’s death, al Qaeda intervenes in Afghanistan in a rare interview by one of its leaders

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A jihadist attack in Burkina Faso kills three foreign journalists

Yet another terrorist attack in Burkina Faso, there are deaths and injuries. Three journalists, two Spaniards, and an Irishman, and a fourth person were killed

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In Syria and Iraq, Daesh is not died yet

The self-proclaimed Islamic State, Isis or Daesh, lost some battles, but not yet the war. The military defeat of Daesh within its “metropolitan territories” in

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The effects of Déby’s death: Macron attends the funeral in Chad, while Haftar moves the Libyan armyto Southern border

Going in person to the funeral of Idriss Déby Itno, President of Chad who officially died in combat against the rebels, French President Emmanuel Macron,

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As Turkey opts for Russia’s S-400, US formally expels it from F-35 agreement

The US Department of Defense updated its F-35 agreement, and formally expelled Turkey from the programme. Ankara became part of one of the US most

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Attacks on US and Turkish bases in Iraq continue

In recent days, some flashes have illuminated the Iraqi night sky in two strategic locations: an explosion was reported in Erbil, the capital of the