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12/12/2014
Conséquences pour la sécurité des intérêts américains à l’étranger
Suite à la présentation mardi dernier au Congrès de la version publique du rapport de la Commission sénatoriale du renseignement sur les techniques d’interrogatoire de la CIA dans le cadre de la lutte anti-terroriste, les autorités américaines ont relevé leur niveau d’alerte pour protéger leurs installations militaires et diplomatiques à travers le monde.
03/11/2014
The United Nations warn about unprecedented level of Jihadi recruitment
On Friday October 31, the British daily newspaper “The Guardian” revealed passages of an un-published report from the UN Security Council’s committee in charge of monitoring the activities of Al-Qaeda...
30/10/2014
Washington and Ankara begin to overcome differences in the fight against the Islamic State
After weeks of waiting and uncertainty, approximately 150 Iraqi Peshmerga fighters bound for the Syrian city of Kobani were finally allow to enter Turkey early on Wednesday, October 29...
19/09/2014
Anti-IS coalition takes shapes despite huge number of uncertainties on the ground
According to a statement issued by the press service of the Elysée Palace, French fighter jets carried out their first air strikes against Islamic State (IS – referred as “Daech”) positions in northern Iraq, early in the morning on Friday September 19. French media sources later reported that the operation was conducted by at least two Rafale aircrafts stationed in the Al Dhafra Air Base, near Abu Dhabi.
27/11/2013
Iran: The reactions to the interim nuclear agreement
On Sunday, November 24, 2013, the 5+1 negotiator group (the United States, Russia, China, France, the United Kingdom and Germany) reached an interim nuclear agreement with Iran. [...]

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