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  1. South Sudan: Heading for Chaos?

    The newest country in the world recently hit the headlines when the warring parties signed a peace agreement to end the 20-month long conflict. One of the clauses of the accord – which president Kiir signed reluctantly on the 26th August, was that a cease-fire would ensue. But before the ink was dry, government helicopters were firing on rebel positions. The tit-for-tat attacks that have punctuated the last two years, once more taking centre stage.
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  2. Turkish kidnapped by shia militia

    Last week some of might have read my artice – Turkish Kidnapping: ISIS? – in which I questioned the validity of the claim made by Marc Pierin – a Carnegie Europe scholar published by Voice of America – that ISIS was responsible for the kidnaping of 18 Turkish construction workers in Bagdahd on 2nd September. Mr. Pierin states that the likely motivation for the attack was; ‘retaliation from Islamic State militants angered by Turkey’s efforts to defeat the group.’
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  3. Turkish kidnapping; isis?

    ISIS responsible for another Turkish kidnapping in Iraq? I’m not so sure that the Islamic extremist group is to blame this time. There’s alot more here than meets the eye.
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  4. D-day airborne assault, 1944/84

    Five hours before the landing craft of the Allied invasion force hit their target – the Normandy beech heads – 23,000 paratroopers from the British 6th Airborne Division, American 101st and 82nd Airborne Divisions and 1st Canadian Parachute Battalion, boarded aircraft in airfields throughout southern England for the hour long flight to Normandy, and the start of the D-Day Airborne Assault. Their mission was to be dropped behind enemy lines at either end of the beachheads to protect the flanks, and ...
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  5. Hotel Attack Survival Tips

    Ten things you need to know if your hotel is attacked by terrorists, this article could save your life. The assault on the Imperial Marhaba hotel in Tunisia, shows how vulnerable we all are against organised attacks by determined terrorists desperate to exploit violence to further their extremist agendas. The following are ten things you need to know to protect yourself and your loved ones against people who wish you harm.
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