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Teacher claims ex-cop raped, conned her

INDEPENDENT MEDIA Fake cop Michael Jansen been arrested for conning women. Cape Town - A Cape Town woman claims she was raped and conned out of R50 000 by a man masquerading as a former cop. The 50-year-old Lansdowne teacher now wants to ... IOL, 4 weeks ago
The Gulf Today

Michael Jansen: The siege within

Iraqis of all sects and stations in life stormed parliament on Saturday demanding water and electricity and an end to corruption and the ethno-sectarian regime imposed by the US in 2003. To reach the building hosting the legislature the protesters ...
 The Gulf Today2 days ago
The Gulf Today

Michael Jansen: A cosmopolitan city

The heat and musky scents of India greet arrivals stepping through the door from the air-conditioned hall of Bangalore's international airport. The sky at nine thirty in the morning is light blue, the sun sharp, the temperature 35 degrees Celsius, ...
 The Gulf Today5 days ago
The Gulf Today

Michael Jansen: Implications of a failed N-deal

The failure of the Iranian nuclear deal to deliver prompt relief from sanctions for Iranians suffering from a sluggish economy, unemployment, and a shortage of essential medical supplies has given right-wing opponents of the deal an opportunity to ...
 The Gulf Today1 week ago
The Gulf Today

Michael Jansen: Spring of the ceasefire

One of the oldest cities in the world, Damascus is not worn down by age but renewed each spring. The sun is gentle, the breeze soft, gardens flower, and trees leaf and bloom. This, the spring of the ceasefire, is special. After five years of warfare ...
 The Gulf Today1 week ago

Michael Jansen: Looking for a dignified solution

Exclusive to The Gulf Today Although fighting rages on several fronts and negotiators are far from reaching a deal to end the war, both UN agencies and Syrian civil society groups have begun planning for the post-war period. The UN's Economic and ...
 The Gulf Today2 weeks ago

Michael Jansen: The path to reconstruction

The road to Palmyra is long, the journey paused by checkpoints, but traffic is light, and there is none in the final 60-kilometre stretch. On the roadside near the city lay a charcoaled corpse in boots, a reminder that the five-year war continues. ...
 The Gulf Today2 weeks ago

Michael Jansen: It's time to reconstruct Syria

Exclusive to The Gulf Today When intra-Syrian talks resume this week in Geneva UN mediator Staffan de Mistura expects to deal with the future governance of the country, either drafting a new constitution or amending the document adopted in 2012.
 The Gulf Today3 weeks ago Michael Jansen: Still in knots  The Gulf Today1 month ago
The Gulf Today

Michael Jansen: The Palais des Nations

The queues were long at the entrance of the United Nations compound in Geneva on the cold but sunny morning of March 14th. One line was of rather boisterous school children waiting for a tour of the buildings and gardens; the other was mainly of ...
 The Gulf Today3 weeks ago

Michael Jansen: For Israelis, Palestinians don't matter

The execution by an Israeli soldier of a Palestinian who wounded one of his comrades in a lone wolf stabbing attack has made the headlines in the world media although such extrajudicial killings have become commonplace since last October when the ...
 The Gulf Today1 month ago
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