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NATO plans to station Short- and Long-Range Missiles in Europe

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The British and US military have now joined in with the openly hostile and destabilizing rhetoric, citing intentions to upgrade its missile launch complexes to make it possible to deliver deep missile strikes, in order to neutralize Russia's air defense systems. This way, Russia would be forced to defend itself if Western nations go through with plans to station short-...

Russia Trans-Siberian Cedar Road offers Eco-Friendly alternative to Suez Canal

Russia’s Arctic sea route is not the only alternative Russia could provide to the Suez Canal, which was blocked for six days in March, forcing global carriers to reroute ships and challenging international supply chains. Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska expressed the hope that Russian Railways, the country’s state-run monopoly, would take a fresh look at the country’s transportation services in...

Algerian Air Force most Powerful in Africa

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The Algerian Air Force has long been considered one of the most capable in Africa and the Arab world, and was recently ranked the most powerful in Africa with the country’s armed forces overall ranked as the third most powerful in the Islamic world. A look at how the country’s armed forces have evolved provides a number of insights into...

USA Torched on Fire if Murderer George Floyd gets Acquitted

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A prominent Black Lives Matter activist has said that “all hell is going to break loose” if former Minneapolis cop Derek Chauvin is acquitted of George Floyd’s killing. Amid a wave of condemnation, she deleted her post without any further explanation. If George Floyd’s murderer is not sentenced, just know that all hell is gonna break loose, model and activist...

China receiving more Oil Shipments from Iran

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Reuters reported hat China will receive another large influx of Iranian oil, despite previous threats of sanctions from the US administration. Refinitiv Oil Research estimated that about 3.75 million tons of oil, equivalent to 27 million barrels, will arrive from Iran to China this month, surpassing the previous record last January of 3.37 million tons. This trend appears to be continuing,...

Iran upgrades and improves its Border Defense Systems

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The Iranian military defense forces announced that the Shi'ite Republic will take a new move regarding the defense of its border areas. The Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA) quoted the commander of the Iranian border guard forces, Brigadier General Ali Kuderzi, as saying that his troops are establishing sustainable security within the Iranian border regions. In his statement to reporters in...

Turkish and Russian troops conduct joint operation in northeast Syria

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The Russian and Turkish armed forces conducted a joint patrol near the city of Qamishli in the northern countryside of Al-Hasakah in northern Syria this week. The commander of the Russian convoy, Colonel Andrei Titov, told reporters on Friday that it is the 144th operation of the joint patrols in the implementation of the memorandum of understanding on Syria signed...

Corporations want to Industrialize the Amazon and erase Indigenous Indians

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Despite the centrality of indigenous peoples to sustainable environments, governments and corporations are doing the utmost to militarize the Amazon to ensure indigenous erasure. While research has indicated the importance of indigenous conservation of land, the G7 countries are driving deforestation worldwide through consumption patterns targeting less developed countries. Tropical forests remain among the most targeted areas, with 46-57% of imported...

Iran will not spare Israel if Great Satan attacks again

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If the USA and its hostile allies launch any more attacks on Iran, they will incur “more painful and crushing responses,” the Islamic Revolutionary Guards of Iran warned, noting that the ‘Zionist regime’ of Israel would not be spared. The IRGC issued a statement after launching a volley of missiles against two bases used by US forces inside Iraq, in...

Chevron and their evil Policies to obtain Oil Reserves

Steven Donziger, lawyer, writer, former journalist and environmental advocate, tells us about a case involving environmental devastation in the Amazon where plaintiffs won a huge case against oil giant Chevron. In response the Rockefeller's then engaged in a legal vendetta against the activists and lawyers representing Ecuadorian communities, bribing judges in the USA to help Chevron to persecute and fabricate...

PM Netanyahu could become the next president of Israel

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A majority of the MKs who will be sworn in to the Knesset on Tuesday would vote for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to be Israel’s next president, a senior Likud source close to Netanyahu told The Jerusalem Post. By law, the election for president must be held between April 9 and June 9, before President Reuven Rivlin's seven-year term expires...

Russia deploys new Military Equipment to Crimea

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A number of images have emerged allegedly showing the Russian Military redeploying armor and artillery units into Crimea and near its borders with Ukraine, amid concerns of heightened tensions and a new round of hostilities between the two countries. Armaments reportedly seen in transit have included T-90 battle tanks, BMP-3 infantry fighting vehicles and Msta-S 152mm self-propelled artillery pieces. Some reports...

Royal Pharaohs Parade in Egypt

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Egypt has relocated its mummified ancient kings and queens, including Ramses II and Hatshepsut, one of the few known female pharaohs, to a new resting place in a grand ceremony designed to showcase the country’s heritage and boost tourism. The convoy of golden trucks that moved through the streets of Cairo on Saturday was designed to resemble the ancient boats...

Russia & China Alliance is an Stabilizing Factor against the USA

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A growing, solid alliance between Russia and China is a necessary stabilizing factor against Washington and its allies who are recklessly firing off unilateral sanctions and inflaming international tensions and insecurity. Hardly a week goes by when Washington and its allies announce sanctions against Russia or China based on spurious claims. Dozens of smaller nations are also under the lash...

Jordan foils Government Coup Attempt against Royal House

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Islamic State media in Jordan reported that its armed forces on Saturday that former Jordanian crown prince Hamzah bin Al-Hussein, also a half-brother of King Abdullah II, was told to halt actions undermining national security. Hassan bin Zaid, a member of Jordan’s royal family and envoy to Saudi Arabia, and King Abdullah’s long-time confidant Basem Ibrahim Awadallah were arrested on...

Sunlight UV-Radiation Inactivates Corona-Virus within 20 Minutes

Researchers have found that the coronavirus is inactivated by sunlight as much as eight times faster in experiments than predicted by current theoretical modelling, providing a glimmer of hope in turning the tide on the so-called pandemic. UC Santa Barbara assistant professor of mechanical engineering Paolo Luzzatto-Fegiz conducted an analysis of 2020 studies exploring the effects of different forms of...

USA ends Sanctions against International Crime Court

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US Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced that Washington revoked Trump-era Executive Order 13928 on blocking property of Certain Person associated with the International Criminal Court (ICC), after reaching an internal agreement with the entity in The Hague. In September 2020, the US government sanctioned International Criminal Court (ICC) Chief Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda (will be replaced in 2021) and ICC...

Four French UN Soldiers killed in Mali

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Four United Nations peacekeepers were killed in an alleged jihadist attack, the UN mission announced. The attack took place in the northern town of Aguelhok. Media suggested the attackers took the weapons and ammunition from the victims. According to the organizations statement, the peacekeepers pushed back several attacks carried out by "heavily armed freedom fighters" that left multiple troops dead...

Dutch Opposition to hold No Confidence Vote against PM, Mark Rutte

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States General of the Netherlands, the country's bicameral parliament, is set to hold a vote of no confidence in Prime Minister Mark Rutte, just weeks after his party secured a win in the parliamentary elections. The motion was put forward by opposition parties and is scheduled to take place later in the day. Last month, Rutte's centre-right party VVD won...

Florida Governor bans ‘Vaccine Passports’ with Executive Order

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Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has banned Covid-19 vaccine passports in his state, signing an executive order and calling on lawmakers to protect citizens permanently. Conservatives reacted by backing him for president in 2024. The order, which the Republican governor signed on Friday, notes that Covid-19 vaccines are not required by law, and individual inoculation records are private health information. Requiring vaccine...

Virgin Galactic wants London to grant a $500 million business loan

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Sir Richard Branson is to sell $500 million (£405 million) in Virgin Galactic shares to help save his other businesses including passenger airliner Virgin Atlantic. Virgin Galactic, the American space tourism venture which is 55% owned by the greedy billionaire, intends to sell 25 million of his fabricated shares via a series of transactions. The shares, sold via Sir Richard’s British...

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