With the great battle for the recapture of Mosul that grows ever closer, losing the high symbolic value of Dabiq and many militiamen who lost their lives while trying to resist the advancing Iraqi Shiite militias aided by regular army and Kurdish forces, it seems that for the self-styled Islamic State has reached the end. … More Approaching the end of the ISIS?
The last few days have been a succession of banter to poison and demonstrative actions by United States and Russia, and the sinking of the fragile truce in Syria and the decision of Moscow to break all relations with Washington has fueled even more tension. On the border between the territory of the Atlantic Alliance … More New cold war between the United States and Russia
Talking about Syria, one cannot speak of White Helmets, organization that is headed by the Syrian Civil Defense and includes many volunteers, men and women who risked their lives daily to save people trapped under the rubble of their homes into the hell of war. When there is someone who needs help, the White Helmets volunteers are always … More The White Helmets, the angels of the Syrian population
The truce in Syria, which was designed to bring humanitarian aid to people still besieged in narrow city in the grip of fighting between various factions in the struggle and international coalition against the self-styled Islamic State, is officially failed. The ceasefire agreement between United States and Russia has been repeatedly violated and today we … More There is no respite in Syria
The one that you’re fighting in Libya is a real war for oil: the huge Libyan deposits of hydrocarbons are at the center of a black gold rush involving the United Nations, France, Britain and Italy, but also the various internal factions. Earlier this week, between Monday 12 and Tuesday 13 September, the militia under … More Libya: the war for oil