By Srwa Abdulwahid
Since the end of World War I, the Kurdish people have been a pawn in the hands of players in the Middle East chess game played so hard, and often so bloodily. 732 more words
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A few miles northwest of Tunis, with its sidewalk cafés and streets lined by rows of manicured ficus trees and its avenues named after European cities, there is a poor suburb of eighty thousand people called Douar Hicher….In November, I was shown around by Mohamed, a local engineer in his late twenties.
The U.S. Air Force is preparing to put nuclear-equipped B–52s on 24-hour ready alert, something it hasn’t done since the end of the Cold War.
Los Estados Unidos han sufrido una derrota ante Irán en el Kurdistán iraquí, escribe el colaborador de RIA Novosti, Gevorg Mirzayan, y agregó que Irán logró superar a Estados Unidos y ayudar a Iraq a recuperar el control sobre la provincia de Kirkuk, rica en petróleo. 871 more words
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s surprise visit to Iraq will have one particular focus: calming tensions between Baghdad and the Kurds in order to keep both parties focused on Washington’s core priority: the war against ISIS. 1,254 more words