A coronavirus-fuelled Rural vs. Urban conflict is raging, and the death toll already surpasses five of the country’s most recent armed conflicts. The body count in what might be called the Second Civil War is now above 62,000, according to Johns Hopkins University. Unless world-renowned medical experts like Anthony Fauci — the darling of the mainstream media and American political left, who too often is drawn into and diminished by Donald Trump’s outrageous reality show presidency — this increasingly un-civil conflict won’t come close to the circa 600,000 American soldiers who died in the first one.
Nothing other than faith could have brought them back to what used to be their home and where many dreams must have been woven.
After the violence subsided, many farmers returned, hoping this season would mark the revival of what was once a leading industry, its produce beloved across the Middle East.
The finding draws attention to the experience of women in the conflict that is often sidelined.
Speaking from across fragmented Syria or even abroad, they give a personal account of a war that has killed more than 387,000 people and displaced millions from their homes.
Libya is facing two crises simultaneously, that of holding elections in December, and of the detention centres for refugees. The 75 members of the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum (LPDF) had failed to reach an understanding over the legal framework for the national election for the parliament
The September 11th, 2001, attacks on New York and Washington have inspired dangerous myths which have driven the never-ending “war on terrorism,”