by Mansour Alabed Alali - Journalist. Human rights activist. With simple tents and poor facilities that do not exceed blackboard and old seats, volunteer teachers continue to teach children without any wages as voluntary work. The reality of education in the northern Syrian camps .. In the midst of compelling circumstances and deteriorating conditions … Continue reading SYRIA. Camp, school. With simple tents and poor facilities
by Mansour Alabed Alali - Journalist. Human rights activist. The long waiting journey The suffering of the Jabal Camp in Jarablus in North Of Syria and the long waiting journey * The suffering of the displaced people of the Jabal camp in the city of Jarbalus in light of the poor conditions of the … Continue reading SYRIA. The suffering of the Jabal Camp in Jarablus in North Of Syria
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Kseniya Kirillova - Journalist. Analyst. Writer. Kseniya Kirillova is a Russian journalist that focuses on analyzing Russian society, political processes in modern Russia and the Russian-Ukrainian conflict. She writes for Radio Liberty and other outlets. While some Donetsk residents are trying to leave the occupied zone, newcomers from Russia’s depressed zones are streaming into … Continue reading UKRAINE. “Visitors” from Russia pushing out Donbass locals and taking over housing
Kseniya Kirillova - Journalist. Analyst. Writer. В то время, когда многие из коренных жителей Донецка стараются выехать из зоны оккупации, на их место приезжают люди из «депрессивных регионов» России. Этими впечатлениями с Донбасс.Реалии поделилась дончанка Елена Некрасова (имя изменено в целях безопасности). «Я знаю несколько подобных семей. Как правило, мужчин отправляют воевать, а их жёнам и детям … Continue reading UKRAINE. «Население Донбасса вытесняют приезжими» – жители Донецка
Mansour Alabed Alali. Journalist. Human rights activist. Live reports from Syria Hope to live without war in Syria.
Mansour Alabed Alali. Journalist. Human rights activist. Diary of Syrian refugees. From under the roof of an abandoned house, under the roof of the house of this worn-out old Syrian refugee living diary of his life difficult. After a personal visit I made to Syrian refugees Abboud in one of the abandoned houses and … Continue reading SYRIA. Human Rights. War and refugees on the border with Turkey
By Yauheni Preiherman / Officially, 12,700 troops participated in the drills, which practiced heading off a military incursion. Little was known about simultaneous drills in Russia. Pundits say that the latter might have involved a far larger numbers of troops and it was this estimate that became the source of hysteric projections around the drills in international … Continue reading BELARUS. Was Belarus the victim of political and military games between Russia and Europe?
by Monika Scislowska. According to the AP today Russia and Belarus began major war games Thursday, an operation involving thousands of troops, tanks and aircraft on NATO's eastern edge practicing how to hunt down and destroy armed spies, among other maneuvers. The Zapad (West) 2017 maneuvers, which are mainly taking place in Belarus this year, have … Continue reading EUROPE. Today began the Russian-Belarusian war games. European residents are excited and frightened.
As Russia embarks on its biggest show of strength since the Cold War ended, its neighbours and the West are right to feel nervous The sights and sounds of Russian military exercises are intimidating and spectacular. Giant hovercrafts roar up beaches and disgorge grim-faced soldiers. Attack helicopters blast targets on the ground. Tanks hurtle across … Continue reading RUSSIA. Putin war games take us closer to conflict