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Terror Attacks: counting the dead

  • June 30th, 2015
  • Posted by EU Australia

Tunisia gunmanThree attacks on the one Friday, 26.6.15, have left a familiar dismal aftermath, counting the dead and wondering about the fragile psychology of the assailants. … Read More »

Algeria: Killing Field

  • January 20th, 2013
  • Posted by EUEditor

algeria-troops-19113-euronews.jpgAlgerian troops made a final assault on Saturday to end the hostage crisis at the Amenas gas plant, at Tiguentourine in the remote Sahara – with heavy loss of life. … Read More »

Algeria-Mali: Bloodshed And Fright In Attack On Desert Outpost …

  • January 19th, 2013
  • Posted by EUEditor

terror-algeria-gas-plant-1-13.jpgNight settled on the Saharan outpost of Tiguentourine, Algeria on Friday, with gross confusion over the fate of hostages, several from Western countries; taken in a terrorist assault on the Amenas natural gas installation there.

It was linked to the war developing in the neighbouring state of Mali, between the government side and Islamist insurgents. … Read More »

  • November 14th, 2011
  • Posted by 7thmin

remembrance-day-party.jpgClose to a century since Armageddon, the out-break of the First World War – product of a hoax-diplomatic muddle, industrialisation of weaponry,  gross callousness and ineptitude in command of troops  – commemorations continue strongly, and globally each 11th November.


Reiterating the record:-  The tragedy relented with the signing of an armistice at 11 am on 11 November 1918; the outcome so sour to the losers, demagoguery would triumph, and a new round of hostilities would commence after just 20 years, this time fully extending the horror to civilian populations – ending in the nuclear attacks on Japan. … Read More »

Sending Pirates To Davey Jones’s Locker?

  • January 4th, 2009
  • Posted by EUEditor

somali-pirates.jpgEuropean forces have been active in the first days of the new year against pirates at sea off the coast of Somalia and in the Gulf of Aden. … Read More »