Le ambiguità di Erdogan

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Fino a questo momento, Ankara ha considerato suoi nemici più Assad e i Curdi che Daesh

Si amplia la coalizione contro l’Isis. La Germania invierà soldati in Mali per liberare truppe francesi da quel fronte, e assegnerà ai suoi aerei Tornado che opereranno in Siria compiti di ricognizione. Non si impegnerà direttamente contro Daesh, ma la svolta c’è. Ed ha una portata enorme per la Germania.

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