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Mapping the Conflict in Syria
Territorial control in Syria is constantly changing. Probably you are looking for Buenos Aires, Argentina, in Adobe illustrator, printable vector street City Plan map, fully editable? Since 2012 the Carter Center has mapped over 40,000 conflict events in Syria in order to provide an as up-to-date as possible overview of the ever changing political and military landscape.
Tracking the front Line in Syria analyzes open source information to map these conflict events in Syria. The map provides a near real-time view of the areas of control throughout Syria. Colored markers show the areas currently controlled by the government, the opposition, ISIS, and YPG & allies.
The map includes a timeline control which allows you to see how territorial control in Syria has changed over time over the last year. You can use the timeline to view the areas of territorial control for any month since January 2015.
The @deSyracuse Syria Civil War map is another fairly regularly updated map of developments in war torn Syria.
The map doesn’t claim to be ‘100% accurate’ but it does provide an overview of the position inside Syria and the reactions of its immediate neighbors. The map includes a number of overlays which attempt to show government controlled areas, areas controlled by Isis and areas controlled by the Kurdish People’s Protection Units.
A number of map markers also provide updates on recent major events in the country. The markers in the neighboring countries provide a general overview of whether the country’s government is in support of the Syrian government or supporting the rebels. Source.
A country of striking features and a strong indigenous culture, Guatemala’s natural beauty and powerful identity stand in stark contrast to its bloody past and troubled present.
Mountainous, heavily forested and dotted with Mayan ruins, lakes, volcanoes, orchids and exotic birds, Guatemala is one of the most beautiful countries in Central America.
Its indigenous population, the Maya, make up about half of the population. Mayan languages are spoken alongside Spanish, the official tongue. Many Guatemalans are of mixed Amerindian-Hispanic origin.