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Tamar Mayer: you are right in your fighting, stay strong and keep on fighting
Kurdistan’s peace-building pipeline?
KRG PM Nechirvan Barzani lauds Kobane liberation
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  •  Several killed in blast Mexico children's hospital
  •  Attacks Kill 19 People in Iraq
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  •  Kurds Scour Kobani for Bombs and Bodies
  •  Hezbollah tells Israel it is not seeking an escalation in the conflict
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    Italy bolsters role against ISIS, provides arms and training for Peshmerga
    29/01/2015 : 23:27:28
    Iraqi parliament approves 2015 budget worth $105b
    29/01/2015 : 23:25:41
    Iraq probes alleged massacre by Shia militia in Diyala
    29/01/2015 : 23:22:14
    Jordan still holding prisoner demanded by Islamic State as deadline passes
    29/01/2015 : 23:20:24
    New round of Ukraine peace talks to be held in Belarus
    29/01/2015 : 23:18:57
    Several killed in blast Mexico children's hospital
    29/01/2015 : 23:18:42
    Attacks Kill 19 People in Iraq
    29/01/2015 : 23:04:15
    Kurds Scour Kobani for Bombs and Bodies
    29/01/2015 : 23:00:15
    Hezbollah tells Israel it is not seeking an escalation in the conflict
    28/01/2015 : 23:39:50
    PM Barzani: we will not export more oil than agreement allows
    Exclusive Interviews
    Tamar Mayer: you are right in your fighting, stay strong and keep on fighting
    Professor of Geography and the director of the Rohatyn Center for Global Affairs and the Program in International and Global Studies at Middlebury College. Mayer is the editor of Women and the Israeli Occupation: The Politics of Change (Routledge 1994), Gender Ironies of Nationalism: Sexism the Nation (Routledge 2000), and with Suleiman Mourad Jerusalem: Idea and Reality (Routledge 2008). Her research interests focus on the interplay among nationalism, landscape and memory. She has recently changed her regional focus to Xinjiang, China where she studies Uighur identity
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