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  • Sep 05 / 2012
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North America

France giving aid to rebel-held Syrian cities, pushing for ‘liberated zones’

  France giving aid to rebel-held Syrian cities, pushing for ‘liberated zones’ By GREG KELLER and EDITH M. LEDERER Associated Press 615 words 5 September 2012 18:38 Associated Press Newswires APRS English (c) 2012. The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.   PARIS (AP) – France has started providing direct aid and money to five rebel-held [...]

  • May 03 / 2012
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Africa

The socialist who would be president

LOR The socialist who would be president 1292 words 3 May 2012 The Mercury MERCRY E1 8 English © 2012 Independent Newspapers (Pty) Ltd   As the second bout of voting in the French presidential election nears, all eyes are |on challenger Francois Hollande, writes Christophe Boisbouvier in Paris ‘I will not refer to Africans [...]

  • Apr 10 / 2012
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Europe

La question militaire aujourd’hui par le Général d’armée Jean-Louis Georgelin (1)

      La question militaire aujourd’hui par le Général d’armée Jean-Louis Georgelin (1) 3020 words 10 April 2012 News Press NPRESS French (c) Copyright News Press 2012. Tous droits reserves.   Institut de France Tout le monde connaît la célèbre phrase d’ouverture des Mémoires de guerre du Général De Gaulle : “Toute ma vie, [...]

  • Feb 04 / 2012
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Europe

EGF TURKEY FILE 2012 (No. of pages: 4)

EGF Turkey File Insights into Turkish Domestic and International Politics during February 2012 Key Points: A crisis erupted between state prosecutors and the intelligence service, when members from the latter refused to turn up for questioning regarding an investigation into ties to the PKK. The intervention of prime minister and the parliament have calmed matters [...]

  • Aug 31 / 2011
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Europe

Le scénario libyen n’a rien à voir avec le désastre irakien

Le scénario libyen n’a rien à voir avec le désastre irakien  Par Christian Makarian, publié le 31/08/2011 à 14:10 Mouammar Kadhafi qui disait vivre de quelques dattes et d’un verre de lait de chamelle a choisi de mettre un point final à sa carrière en ne laissant derrière lui qu’une traînée de sang. AFP PHOTO/SAEED KHAN [...]

  • May 28 / 2011
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Europe

Cameron and Sarkozy plan Libya visit as G8 says Gaddafi must go

  Cameron and Sarkozy plan Libya visit as G8 says Gaddafi must go Patrick Wintour Patrick Wintour guardian.co.uk 1060 words 28 May 2011 Guardian Unlimited GRULTD English Guardian Unlimited © Guardian Newspapers Limited 2011. All rights reserved   French president lets Benghazi plan slip at summit where leading countries will say Libyan ruler must step [...]

  • May 28 / 2011
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North America

World News: G-8 Pledges $40 Billion for ‘Arab Spring’ — Nations Press for Overhauls Tied to Aid But Avoid Details on New Commitments

World News G-8 Pledges $40 Billion for ‘Arab Spring’; Nations Press for Overhauls Tied to Aid But Avoid Details on New Commitments Sebastian Moffett, Nathalie Boschat, William Horobin By Sebastian Moffett, Nathalie Boschat and William Horobin 1420 words 28 May 2011 The Wall Street Journal Online WSJO English Copyright 2011 Dow Jones & Company, Inc. All Rights [...]

  • May 26 / 2011
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North America

WRAPUP 3-G8 leaders pledge $20 bln for Arab Spring

WRAPUP 3-G8 leaders pledge $20 bln for Arab Spring 917 words 26 May 2011 09:39 Reuters News LBA English (c) 2011 Reuters Limited   * G8 leaders to back Arab Spring aid package * Funds to be tied to democratic, economic reforms * Leaders criticise Syrian crackdown on protesters * Urge Yemen leader to step [...]

  • Apr 18 / 2011
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North America

France flies, Germany flops; Globalist

  edit France flies, Germany flops; Globalist Roger Cohen BY ROGER COHEN You can follow Roger Cohen on Twitter at twitter.com/nytimescohen. 860 words 18 April 2011 International Herald Tribune INHT 9 English © 2011 The New York Times Company. All Rights Reserved.   I’ve always had a soft spot for Nicolas Sarkozy. He was the [...]