An important change of forces is taking place in the province of Idlib, rebel bastion for islamist groups in northern Syria since 2012, where once again it is Turkey which gets to impose its interests.
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For the first time since Saudi Arabia Founder Abdulaziz Ibn Saud left the throne to his son Saud in 1953, a father is once again leaving the throne to his son. King Salman’ son Mohammad is the Crown Prince and he’s proven to be a relentless heir in a scenario akin to “One Thousand and One Nights.” Intrigues, dying princes, prosecuted millionaires, potential detractors being “taken care of,” and a country under reform.
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