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  • Levi Cannon
    Aug 15, 2018

    The Kurds are an ethic group living mostly in the mountainous regions of Turkey, Syria, Iraq, and Iran. They are the 4th largest ethnic group in the Middle East with around 35 million people, but they still don't have a state. The Kurds have been fighting since the 1920s for their own state, and clashes have led to more instability in the Middle East. Kurdish militants have been among the rebels in the Syrian Civil War, and many believe that the Kurds are using the Civil War as an opportunity to get their own state. Should the Kurds get their own state, and what are the possible pros and cons?
  • Amal Zayani
    Mar 11, 2018

    What do you think about the US power's role in syria crisis, and what about the mistake that Clinton had committed in Iraq ! Do you think she repeated the same! And how do you find Trump's reproach to her about this ?
  • Rachna Shah
    Sep 6, 2017

    School playgrounds across Syria are being transformed into vegetable gardens. Children will be able to learn to grow vegetables - and eat them! "According to UN figures, unemployment now stands at more than 50 percent, and nearly 70 percent of the population is living in extreme poverty, in what was once a relatively wealthy country." "The ongoing crisis in Syria is having a devastating effect on the health and nutrition of an entire generation of children," Adam Yao, the UN Food and Agriculture Organization's (FAO) acting representative in Syria, said on Tuesday, ahead of the start of the new school year. What are your thoughts on the growing problem of child nutrition in Syria? Source: