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Some Solutions by Mohammad Ali Babakhel

EVERY Pakistani wants to find a solution to terrorism. At such a challenging juncture, the mere realisation that peace must be cultivated is itself a ray of hope, and the leadership can use this to its advantage. 730 more words

U.S.: We are coordinating with YPG

by R2Charlie

Photo Credit: U.S. Department of State

The U.S. for the first time has declared that it is coordinating its efforts against ISIL in Kobani with the Kurdish YPG, a force that has demonstrated to be the tip of the spear on the ground.  336 more words

Counter Terrorism

AROUND AFRICA: Ebola Death Toll; Boko Haram Ceasefire and Kidnapped Nigerian Girls

Ebola Death Toll

The death toll in the Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa has risen to 4,493, according to the latest situation report by the World Health Organization. 795 more words

Counter Insurgency

Glenn Greenwald: UN Report Finds Mass Surveillance Violates International Treaties and Privacy Rights

“The hard truth is that the use of mass surveillance technology effectively does away with the right to privacy of communications on the Internet altogether,” the report concluded.   

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Civil Liberties

ISIS fighters killed by Kurds were members of Turkish MIT (Intelligence Services)

This is evidence discovered on the bodies of killed ISIL terrorists by Kurdish fighters in Syria.  The case against Turkey continues to mount as an untrustworthy ally of Europe, NATO and the United States. 12 more words

Counter Terrorism

Opinion on ISIL Training Camp Video Shot in Nineveh Province, Iraq

by R2Charlie

There is an unexplainable rage that rises within any American war veteran that sees the images of stolen U.S. military equipment in the hands of the very enemy they face. 367 more words

Counter Terrorism

ISIL Reported to Have Used Chemical Weapons on Kurds in Kobane, Syria

by R2Charlie

Photo Credit: Middle East Review of International Affairs (MERIA)

At first glimpse the peeling skin of killed YPG fighters seem to be the result of excessive heat due to probable artillery blasts, bombs and the like.  138 more words

Counter Terrorism