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10/11/2017 | Crisis de opiáceos en EEUU
Asa Cristina Laurell | La Jornada
Desde hace una década se gesta en Estados Unidos una crisis muy grave de mortalidad por sobredosis de narcóticos, relacionada con una alta prescripción legal de potentes analgésicos opiáceos. ...
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10/11/2017 | El Estado Islámico contraataca en Al Bukamal
Lluís Miquel Hurtado | El Mundo
Los yihadistas no renuncian a su pseudocalifato fácilmente. El Observatorio Sirio para los DDHH ha asegurado este viernes que miembros del Estado Islámico han contraatacado y recuperado un pedazo importante de Al Bukamal. Fuerzas leales al Gobierno sirio habían anunciado la toma de esta ciudad fronteriza con Irak el miércoles pasado por la noche. ...
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07/11/2017 | Afghanistan Witnesses Power Tussle Of Two New Strategic Trilaterals – Analysis
Dr. Subhash Kapila | Eurasia Review
Strange and ironical are geopolitical histories of a region where within two decades geopolitical alignments have spun on their heads. This happens to be the case of Afghanistan’s turbulent last two decades where a new and serious power tussle is underway between two Strategic Trilaterals. ...
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07/11/2017 | Un satélite espía marroquí para luchar contra el terrorismo en África
Lucas de la Cueva | El Mundo
Marruecos pondrá en órbita su primer satélite con el objetivo de vigilar sus fronteras desde el espacio y colaborar en la lucha antiterrorista en el Sahel ...
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04/11/2017 | Honduras: pistolas humeantes
Diego García-Sayán | El País (Es)
El asesinato de la activista ambiental Berta Cáceres es un emblema de impunidad. ...
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04/11/2017 | Study Sheds New Light on Roots of Mexico Cartel Wars
Patrick Corcoran | Insightcrime.org
A new study from two leading researchers ties Mexico's current security crisis to the unforeseen consequences of the nation's democratic opening. ...
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04/11/2017 | ¿Dónde está Al Bagdadi, el líder del Estado Islámico?
Lluís Miquel Hurtado | ABC
Mientras el IS acumula derrotas, Abu Bakr al Bagdadi está desaparecido ...
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04/11/2017 | Citizens Lack Trust in Rio Military Police but See Few Alternatives
Mike LaSusa and Tristan Clavel | Insightcrime.org
Brazil's justice minister caused a stir this week when he accused Rio de Janeiro's military police of maintaining ties to organized crime, and recent polls show citizens lack trust in the force. But "cariocas," as the city's residents are known locally, seem to be at a loss for alternatives to the notoriously corrupt and abusive security body. ...
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04/11/2017 | Will The US’ Pressure On Pakistan Deliver Results? – Analysis
Shalom Freedman | Eurasia Review
The US-Pakistan relationship has been strained over the last six years. It took an unyielding shift with the announcement of US President Donald Trump’s Afghanistan policy, which comprises four pillars and also touches upon Washington’s dealings with Islamabad. Trump’s announcement carried a firm message for Pakistan. ...
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01/11/2017 | The Banality of Crimes against Migrants
Ioannis Kalpouzos and Itamar Mann | Spiegel
Around the world, migrants are locked up in camps, abused and often driven to the brink of starvation. Many die as a result. These crimes should finally be punished, by the International Criminal Court. ...
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