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Daesh Takes its Toll
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Daesh Takes its Toll

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By: Guadi Calvo / Source: Rebelión / The Dawn News / July, 8, 2016 The escalation of attacks carried out by the Daesh in the past few weeks, makes us think that they will only intensify their actions after the great defeats they suffered in Syria and Iraq. Marketing and […]

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France Begin Mass Arrests Amid Huge Revolution
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France Begin Mass Arrests Amid Huge Revolution

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French authorities have begun the mass arrests of protestors taking part in what some are calling the biggest revolution in France for 200 years.  Hundreds of thousands of protestors have taken to the streets of France over the last few weeks, as the mainstream media continue to remain silent on the grass roots […]

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France, Always France
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France, Always France

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By: Pedro Fuentes / Source: Portal de Izquierda / The Dawn News / June 2016. All issues affection Europe nowadays are also lived in France: the refugee crisis, the labour reform, social protests (as workers strikes and “La nuit debout” [Up all Night] the youth movement of the new French outraged). […]

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Algeria On the Edge of a “Soft Coup”
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Algeria On the Edge of a “Soft Coup”

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By: Juanma Olarieta / Source: Marga.org / The Dawn News / May 25, 206 First there were the color-named “revolutions” in the countries that emerged from the fall of the Soviet Union; then the Balkan War fractured Yugoslavia, a leader of the non-aligned countries,; then there was the so-called Arab Spring, and […]

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African Overview
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African Overview

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Source Notas.org.ar / The Dawn News / May 16, 2016 Guinea-Bissau dissolves its second government in a year, France removed its criticized military mission from the Central African Republic, Mozambique sees its elephant population drastically reduced, South African Workers win lawsuit against transnational mining companies. Guinea-Bissau dissolves its second government […]

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Video: “We are all forced to resist”
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Video: “We are all forced to resist”

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States are not ready to engage the ‘climate revolution’. The Paris Agreement of  #COP21 crossed the red lines that we established and affirmed on Saturday, December 12, 2015. Over 30,000 people attended the Avenue de la Grande Armée, between the Defense and the Arc de Triomphe, to denounce the crimes […]

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France. A setback for Le Pen’s ambitions
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France. A setback for Le Pen’s ambitions

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Source: Pagina12.com / The Dawn / December 14, 2015.-The hegemonic ambitions of the French extreme right could not go through the wall of popular resistance. The second round of regional elections celebrated last Sunday did not confirm the spectacular result that the right-wing party National Front (FN) had obtained in […]

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France and the bloody war of uranium in Mali
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France and the bloody war of uranium in Mali

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By José E. Mosquera / Source Rebelion.org / The Dawn / December 1, 2015.   The terrorist attack in which 170 people were held hostage by jihadist group Al-Mourabioun, Al Qaeda, at a hotel in the center of Bamako, Mali’s capital —old French colony in the Sahel region in West […]

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