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Russian Jet Su-24 Crashes on Syrian-Turkish Border
24.11.15 12:17

Iraq War, "War on terror"

Russian Su-24 jet has crashed on the Turkish-Syrian border, the Russian Defense Ministry said.

RIAN
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China faces same problems in Africa as the West
24.11.15 12:14

Africa

Western worries about China’s burgeoning influence in Africa may be overblown said the Economist, noting that Chinese projects are struggling with the same problems that hinder Western investment in African nations. Making the case that working in Africa work is not as easy as it looks.

Asia Times Online
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Russia, China to ink deals on transport corridors during Li visit
24.11.15 12:10

Asia rising

During an upcoming Russia visit of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang in December, the two BRICS members are planning to sign an agreement on the development of transport corridors linking China’s northeast with the ports of the Russian Far East.

BRICS Media Limited
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Somalia: Ash-Shabab in business with…Kenya’s military
19.11.15 11:22

Africa

The recent successful terror acts in Somalia carried out by Ash-Shabab islamists attracted attention to the problem yet again. It is evident that Ash-Shabab has grown more active not only because of the inter-clan war within Somalia’s government but also an increase in external financing. bloody-business

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Central Asian States Among Countries Least Impacted by Terrorism
18.11.15 12:04

f.USSR

Despite rhetoric from regional leaders, statistically Central Asia doesn’t experience much terrorism.

The Diplomat
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Pakistans General Raheel Sharif Goes to Washington: Déjà Vu All Over Again
18.11.15 12:02

Asia rising

As Raheel Sharif visits the United States, it’s worth taking stock of how little has changed in U.S.-Pakistan relations.

The Diplomat
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North Africa Observer – Nov. 11-17, 2015
18.11.15 11:50

Africa

It’s the newest update of the SouthFront: Analysis & Intelligence’s weekly product “North Africa Observer”. Our contributor, Marko Milicevic, describes developments in the North Africa region.

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Putin made a surprising offer to Ukraine
18.11.15 11:40

f.USSR

Vladimir Putin proposed to postpone the payback of a 3 billion USD credit for 3 years. Starting from 2016 the Ukraine would have to pay Russia 1 billion USD back, to become dept-free in 2018. This proposal was made during the G20 summits.

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NATO to open new center in Poland by year end: Report
04.10.15 12:33

European trends

NATO is reportedly set to open a new expert and training center for what is said to be intelligence and counter-terrorism activities in Poland by the end of this year, amid heightened tensions between the Western military alliance and Russia

Press TV
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Syria crisis needs political solution, Germany’s Merkel says
04.10.15 12:31

Middle East

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has called for a political solution to more than four years of deadly conflict in Syria, describing military efforts necessary but not enough

Press TV
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Erdogan urges Putin to reconsider air campaign in Syria
03.10.15 20:10

Middle East

Erdogan urges Putin to reconsider air campaign in Syria

Middle East Online
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Russia airstrikes target ISIS infrastructure facilities in Syria
03.10.15 20:08

Middle East

Airstrikes destroy Islamic State command post near Raqa as well as underground bunker, the Russian Defence Ministry says

Middle East Online
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16 Civilians Killed as US Warplane Attacks Afghan Hospital
03.10.15 20:02

Middle East

The Pentagon is promising an investigation today after it was revealed that an AC-130 warplane carried out sustained fire against a Doctors Without Borders-run hospital on the outskirts of the Taliban-held city of Kunduz, killing 16 including 9 staffers and three children

Jason Ditz
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Who is Behind Syrian Observatory for Human Rights?
03.10.15 19:44

Middle East

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has been the prime source for MSM-aired news from the Syrian battlefield

Nimrod Kamer
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Japans New Defense Budget: Fact Vs Fiction
06.09.15 22:27

Global Security

It’s misleading to interpret Japan’s record-high defense budget as a sign of “remilitarization.”

The Diplomat
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