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Tale of two Islamic State cities: Mosul and Raqqa
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Tale of two Islamic State cities: Mosul and Raqqa

Mosul fears Iraq's government while Raqqa dreads anarchy once Isis is defeated 28 minutes ago Michael Jansen Special forces in Mosul, Iraq, where Sunni residents fear Iraqi Shia soldiers might take revenge for Mosul's capitulation to Islamic ... Irish Times, 2 days ago
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Michael Jansen: Not my president

Friends in a small town in the mid-west state of Michigan told The Gulf Today the election of Republican Donald Trump, the most unpopular presidential candidate ever, would drive young people who cannot stomach his politics to organise. As soon as ...
 The Gulf Today8 hours ago Michael Jansen: Never ending turmoil  The Gulf Today1 week ago Michael Jansen: Israel's Trump Card  The Gulf Today3 weeks ago
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Michael Jansen: Erdogan too cussed for peace

Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan seems to have thrown a spanner into the UN-operated works churning out a plan for the reunification of the divided island of Cyprus. In comments after four days of talks, he said Turkish troops would never ...
 The Gulf Today4 days ago Michael Jansen: High-handedness hits a new high  The Gulf Today1 month ago
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Michael Jansen: The price of a misadventure

The UN mission in Iraq (UNAMI) has reported at least 6,878 Iraqi civilians were slain last year and 12,388 were injured. These figures exclude those in conflict zones and who died of illness or exposure to the elements. During 2015, 7,515 were ...
 The Gulf Today1 week ago
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Michael Jansen: The deal maker

Since intervening decisively in the Syrian conflict at the end of September 2015, Russia has re-emerged as a major power in this region. Moscow used its airforce to ensure the survival of the Syrian government, driven al-Qaeda's Jabhat Fatah al-Sham ...
 The Gulf Today2 weeks ago

Michael Jansen: Selective kindness

At Christmastide, the global media focuses on the falling number of Christians living in the lands of the Levant where Jesus Christ was born and the first Christian churches were founded. At the beginning of the 20th century, Christians accounted ...
 The Gulf Today4 weeks ago
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Michael Jansen: Now, it's Palmyra

Following the fall of insurgent-held eastern Aleppo to pro-government forces, Damascus and Moscow could turn their attention to the Palmyra, the ancient city recaptured by Daesh ten days ago. Palmyra was freed from the cult's grip last March after ...
 The Gulf Today1 month ago Michael Jansen: The resurgence of Russia  The Gulf Today1 month ago
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Michael Jansen: Unpopular choices

Oregon and other progressive US states are set to clash with the regressive policies of the administration of Republican Donald Trump due to take over on January 20th next year. Large white greenhouses now occupy the slope below my daughter's ...
 The Gulf Today1 month ago

Internet of Things connected devices to triple by 2021

:42 The use of IoT is growing in South Africa. (Image source: Michael-Jansen) A study conducted by Juniper Research has found that the number of connected IoT (Internet of Things) devices, sensors and actuators will exceed 46bn in 2021 ...
 Communications Africa/Afrique1 month ago
The Gulf Today

Michael Jansen: A controversial giant

In death as in life, Cuban leader Fidel Castro was a controversial giant. Controversial because he cracked down hard on dissent in Cuba after liberating his country and people from hard-nosed dictator Fulgencio Batista, who was in the pocket of both ...
 The Gulf Today1 month ago
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