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17 killed in Kabul shooting in celebration of Panshir’s downfall
At least 17 people have died in the last hours in the celebrations for the alleged control of Panshir, the last province in dispute and that according to the Taliban would have already fallen into the hands of the Islamists.
An economic conquest: China expands its influence across the five continents
Within the state capitalism practiced by China, its investments abroad are not only commercial, but also geostrategic. As the most populous country in the world and second world power after four decades of unstoppable growth, has an insatiable appetite for raw materials and natural resources to keep fueling its progress. In addition to the usual oil, natural gas and coal, China needs the minerals used in new technologies, such as cobalt and copper, because of its ambition to lead the industries of the 21st century and not depend on the West. Less rare earths, of which the world’s largest reserves hold 35 percent of stocks, it needs everything.
Maduro releases another political prisoner while asking to lift sanctions against Chavismo
After six months of arbitrary imprisonment at the headquarters of the Bolivarian National Police (PNB), the opposition deputy Gilberto Sojo He was released this Friday night due to health problems, according to activists from Voluntad Popular (VP), the party founded by Leopoldo López and Juan Guaidó.
Islamist threat at the gates of Europe
Libya, Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco, Western Sahara, Mauritania, the geographical west of the Arab world, the Maghreb – ‘the place where the sun sets’ in Arabic language – are on the front lines of Islamist instability after the fall of Afghanistan, projecting on Spain and all of Mediterranean Europe shadowed by disturbing threats, from unwanted immigration to terrorism.
Reproach to Biden by relatives of Americans killed in combat
For Johnny Spann There could be no more bitter end to a war that has eaten up so many lives and required so many sacrifices on the part of the United States. The first, that of his son.
A bitter awakening from the American dream of Afghanistan
Agha lives with the anguish of receiving a call from Afghanistan announcing the death of one of her brothers. He knows, as he tells this newspaper, that because he was himself interpreter and cultural advisor to the US Army a decade ago, his four brothers and sisters were in the sights of the Taliban in Kandahar. “The Taliban have already gone there, asking who worked with the coalition, with foreign governments, and they already have a list of people they can kill whenever they want, because now they have power, and they have already threatened them several times.” says Agha, who asks that only the nickname given him by the American soldiers with whom he worked side by side between 2010 and 2011, and that they helped him emigrate to Texas as a refugee.