Rassegna stampa Nord Africa e Medio Oriente – 2 marzo 2020

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2 mar. – Ogni lunedì alle 11.30 su Radio Città del Capo va in onda la rassegna stampa dal e sul Nord Africa e Medio Oriente. La rassegna di questo lunedì è stata curata da Francesco Saverio Leopardi dell’Università di Bologna.

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Articoli citati:

33 Turkish Soldiers Martyred in Regime Airstrike in Idlib, Syria
https://www.aa.com.tr/en/turkey/33-turkish-soldiers-martyred-in-regime-airstrike-in-idlib-syria/1747513

Greek police fire tear gas as migrants mass at Turkish border
https://www.middleeasteye.net/news/greek-police-fire-tear-gas-migrants-mass-turkish-border

Idleb Update
https://syrianobserver.com/EN/news/56360/idleb-update.html

Erdoğan to meet Putin to discuss Idlib
https://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/erdogan-to-meet-putin-to-discuss-idlib-152535

Turkey to open Idlib border and allow Syrian refugees free passage to Europe
https://www.middleeasteye.net/news/turkey-syrian-refugees-free-passage-europe-soldiers-killed-Idlib

اتفاق واشنطن و”طالبان” بعيون أفغانية: أمل بسلام ينغصه الخوف
https://bit.ly/2wkr2fe

كورونا الجديد… شهران على ظهور الفيروس الغامض
https://bit.ly/32FVHQq

Did U.S. Sanctions on Iran Help Coronavirus Spread Undetected?
https://nationalinterest.org/blog/middle-east-watch/did-us-sanctions-iran-help-coronavirus-spread-undetected-128112

Attivista e ricercatore egiziano a rischio tortura: va scarcerato subito
https://www.amnesty.it/zaky-attivista-egiziano-a-rischio-tortura-va-scarcerato-subito/

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