Air Conditioners in Dar es Salaam
“We think it’s important for those to go back to their country of origin and to come back and be able to see that they are doing well.
Air Conditioners in Dar es Salaam, Saudi Arabia. Photo: Cossack Images Collection in Paris.
Taken from: The Economist ‘A State of Trance,’ September 28, 2016
Taken from: Cossack Images Collection in Paris.
Taken from: Cossack Images Collection in Paris. Photo: Cossack Images Collection in Paris.
Photo Credit: Tanya Plouffe for The Washington Post
The New York Times reports the group’s efforts to end terrorism “will be limited as the region’s borders deepen, with Islamic State outnumbering al Qaeda, but militants from across southern Syria and Iraq are finding a sanctuary.
“With the U.S.-led coalition still in its infancy, the Islamic State’s advance has been slowed by Syria’s civil war, which has driven rebels and civil defense forces out of the central region and has given more militants access to an ever-more difficult area around the border,” the paper says. The group’s control of parts of northern Iraq and Syria will be crucial, because it has access to the region’s energy resources, including oil and gas.
“The jihadists are taking new life into Syria,” says Michael Baeza, editor of The New York Times. “It will be tough fighting alongside the extremists as the jihadists fight to make a new caliphate.”
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