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Not All Wounds Leave Scars

Close to 300 service members committed suicide last year. Many of these unfortunate casualties undoubtedly suffered from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and could no longer cope with the terrible pressures and emotions associated with this disease. 999 more words


ISIS captures Azuwiya in Ramadi, and armed volunteers arrive with 500 armored vehicles in west of Ramadi

Al-Anbar (IraqiNews.com) On Thursday, the head of Haditha  district Abdul-Hakim Aljughaifi announced that the ISIS  militants have captured another village in west of Ramadi.

Aljughaifi informed IraqiNews that the ISIS militants have  seized Azuwiya village, 70 km west of Ramadi.

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#Putin unleashes fury at #US ‘follies’

Neil Buckley reporting,

Russian president Vladimir Putin on Friday accused the US of undermining the post-Cold War world order, warning that without efforts to establish a new system of global governance the world could collapse into anarchy and chaos. 602 more words


Middle East borders bound to change: Israel minister

Press TV – October 24, 2014

Israeli Minister for Military Affairs Moshe Ya’alon says the borders of many Middle Eastern countries are bound to change in the future as a result of recent developments in the region.

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Ethnic Cleansing, Racism, Zionism


#AceNewsServices (Analysis & Opinion) October 24  At first sight, it seems that Israel is just as preoccupied with the rise of Islamic State as anyone else. 834 more words


9/11 conspiracy theory inside job

I remember 9/11 as it was only yesterday, even though it was back in 2001. At the time I was speaking to somebody on the phone, who said world war three was about to happen as America had been bombed. 326 more words


Country #15: Iraq - The Story of Unexpected or There Must Be a Horse for a Stranger

Despite my best efforts, a few times I couldn’t find places to ride in the countries I visited: in Moscow in the Olympic Equestrian complex Bitsa, I was told that I had to book at least 6 lessons in advance and they are not open on weekends; in Kuwait none of the phone numbers I found on the internet actually worked; in Algeria… Well, my French is simply not good enough to book a lesson or a hack. 610 more words