Looking at your screen shots, this is exactly what is happening:
1) In 2014 and 2015, you made a backup of your wallet.
2) On your laptop in country A, you mixed coins AFTER the backups were made. This mixing process added new addresses to your wallet and sent funds there. These new addresses were NOT contained in your backups.
3) You are now in country B with a different laptop and restored your wallet from backups in 2014 and 2015.
- Because these backups contained SOME of the addresses, but not ALL of the addresses used during the mixing process, it rightfully displays the transactions as "sends" (they go out of an address in your wallet to an address not in your wallet)
- However, your wallet in country A should still contain those addresses, so that wallet would show them as mixes (transactions that go out of one address in the wallet, and into another address in the wallet)
- Nearly all of the amounts in your screenshots are PrivateSend denominated amounts
- Also, a typical "mix" contains many denominated inputs, yet your transactions only show one or two of those being "lost" in any one transaction... this tells me that your backup wallets have MOST, but not ALL of the PrivateSend mixing addresses used in each of the transactions. I would need to look at individual transactions in your wallet and compare them to the blockchain to validate this hypothesis. This means you likely went through all 1,000 autogenerated addresses and the original wallet in country A had to create new ones beyond the 1,000. With enough mixing, most of the funds would eventually end up in one of these newly created addresses.
In short, your backups are very outdated, and don't contain the private keys of all of the addresses contained in the wallet in country A. Obtain the wallet in country A, and I suspect you will find all of your funds. And please, back up your wallet more frequently!