Daniele Pagani

Daniele Pagani

Writer

Daniele is an Italian reporter who ended up in South Asia and writes for WION.

Opinions/Stories

Mass grave discovered in Syria's Raqqa highlighting Islamic State's brutality

Five of those bodies were found shackled and wearing an orange jumpsuit

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Israel election: Does the left stand a chance?

The founding father of the state of Israel and its first prime minister -- David Ben Gurion -- was from the centre-left labour party

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Benny Gantz: Meet the three-star general running for Israeli prime minister

In 2011, the Israeli government headed by prime minister Netanyahu appointed Gantz as the army chief

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Israel polls: The rise and rise of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

Netanyahu entered politics in 1976 after his brother was killed in a raid while rescuing hijacked Israeli hostages in Uganda.

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Israel elections: How does the country vote? 

Israel uses the traditional paper ballot system. The winning candidate has around 42 days to form the government.

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WION in Kabul: After deadly blasts, Kabul braces for Eid of anxiety

In Kabul, Afghanistan's capital city, many are afraid of what could happen during Eid when mosques will be crowded ||After a series of bombings, people are worried about the possibility of…

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All refugees desire to go back home, one day

65.5 million people are currently displaced from their home worldwide, a record in human history Read Article

Analysis from Kabul: Afghanistan needs civilian investment, not bombs

16 years and more than 2,300 military victims after the US invasion, Afghan Taliban are on the offensive ||IS established a presence and cities are more prone to suicide attacks ||The US and…

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WION Exclusive: Afganistan ground report

The May 31 attack which?killed more than 100 people?started the latest political instability ||The funeral was attacked, and when demonstrators protested against that police fatally shot 9 people…

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Afghanistan: 7 dead as protests erupt in Kabul against worsening security scenario

Seven people have been killed and at least ten wounded in protests against the government demanding more safety||Citizens had gathered on Friday morning to demand President Ghani's…

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Iraqi forces accused of brutality and torture in Mosul, investigation to start

Iraqi freelance photographer embedded with elite Emergency Response Division has documented constant abuse, torture and rape against civilians suspected of supporting the Islamic State

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Bahrain: Security forces fire pellet, kill at least one

A police raid into the Shia leader's house causes protests and clashes. Security forces fire at the crowd, kill one and injure hundreds in the latest incident in the six-year-long conflict…

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Lebanon's first gay pride event kicks off

Beirut, Lebanon's lively capital city, hosts a week-long venue aiming at improving knowledge and awareness towards the country's LGBT community and their struggle for acceptance.

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Syria prison crematorium: Evidence US has shown is shaky, at best

The US stated that a crematorium is possibly running inside Syria's infamous Saydnaya prison walls after noticing that a building remained free of snow in the winter. They also admitted that…

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Cholera epidemic has killed 180 in Yemen: ICRC

Cholera hits Yemen hard and local hospitals face shortage of space and medicines. The country is the poorest in the Arab world and after two years of civil war is on the brink of famine

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