U.S. Inches From A War With North Korea In Which Millions Could Die

We are just inches away from the outbreak of World War III, and yet most Americans seem completely oblivious to what is happening.  On Friday, North Korea conducted a missile test which proved that it now has the capability of hitting major U.S. cities in the western half of the country.  Every diplomatic effort toContinue reading “U.S. Inches From A War With North Korea In Which Millions Could Die”

Maduro claims election victory

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has claimed victory in an election to pick a controversial new constitution-writing body that prompted deadly violence and international condemnation. Venezuela’s National Electoral Council announced on Sunday that more than eight million people voted to grant Maduro’s ruling Socialist Party virtually unlimited powers with a Constituent Assembly. The turnout was more than doubleContinue reading “Maduro claims election victory”

Czech intelligence alarmed by Russian ‘threat’

The Czech domestic intelligence agency, the Security Information Service (BIS), has just published its 2015 Annual Report. Besides terrorism and other threats, it provides more detailed insight into its counterintelligence activities than previously. And, as in past years, so too in 2015, it says that “Chinese and Russian intelligence services were the most active inContinue reading “Czech intelligence alarmed by Russian ‘threat’”

US senate backs Russia sanctions which sets scene for European clash with Allies

US senators have backed extra Russia sanctions, setting the scene for a clash with the EU and putting at risk a new gas pipeline. The sanctions bill sailed through the Senate by 98 votes to two on Thursday (27 July) after having passed by 419 votes to three in the House of Representatives on Tuesday.Continue reading “US senate backs Russia sanctions which sets scene for European clash with Allies”

ISIS in trouble as Syrian Army reaches southern Deir Ezzor countryside

DAMASCUS, SYRIA (11:45 P.M.) – After being left untouched since 2014, the ISIS mainland in Deir Ezzor province is now under treat by a pro-government fighting force which looks to lift a long-standing siege on the provincial capital. Contrary to persistent reports throughout the week, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) is yet to liberate theContinue reading “ISIS in trouble as Syrian Army reaches southern Deir Ezzor countryside”

Berlin calls for retaliation against illegal US sanctions on Russia

New penalties against Moscow proposed by US lawmakers violate international law and officials in Brussels should consider countermeasures, the German economy minister said on Monday. “We consider this as being against international law, plain and simple,”Brigitte Zypries told the Funke Mediengruppe newspaper chain. “Of course we don’t want a trade war. But it is importantContinue reading “Berlin calls for retaliation against illegal US sanctions on Russia”

US Interfered in Elections of at Least 85 Countries Worldwide Since 1945

America has a long history of meddling in the elections of foreign countries, new research shows Contributed by special correspondent Tati The simmering tit-for-tat has kept the issue of election meddling burning bright in the national spotlight, fueled even further by the belief among U.S. intelligence agencies that Russia wanted to help Donald Trump capture the presidency.Continue reading “US Interfered in Elections of at Least 85 Countries Worldwide Since 1945”

We’re bad day away from Russians asking, ‘Why are you still in Syria?’ – top US commander

A US special operations commander has admitted that an extended US stay in Syria runs contrary to international law and that Russia would be entirely justified in questioning its presence there. At the Aspen Security Forum on Friday, Special Operations Command chief Army General, Raymond Thomas was asked whether American forces will remain in Syria,Continue reading “We’re bad day away from Russians asking, ‘Why are you still in Syria?’ – top US commander”