The FRN Daily News Brief 2019-09-08

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This Daily FRN News Brief is a summary of 11, articles about Bosnia-Herzegovina, Crime, Croatia, Eurasia, Headline-News, Serbia, Anglo-5, Defense, Mena, Politics, Syria, Turkey, United-States, China, Entertainment, Russia, Science, Sports, Color-Revolution, Fake-News, Propaganda, Nato, Germany, Ukraine, India, Pakistan.

Tags in this brief: Children, Croatian Nazi, Croatian Scenario, Serbs, War Crimes, Women, Deir Ez-Zor, SDF, Syria, USA, Chess, China, Russia, Geopolitics, Hong Kong Protests, International Relations, Xinjiang, Tu-95, Beslan, Putin, Turkey, US, Germany, Military, Space, Spaceship, Ukraine, India, Kashmir, Pakistan.

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Table of Contents


22. March 1942: 6000 Serbs killed in Stari Brod: When brave girls and mothers with children in their arms leapt into the Drina (WARNING: EXTREMELY DISTRESSING VIDEOS AND IMAGES)

Published 2019-09-08 21:34:42 by Guest Author in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Crime, Croatia, Eurasia, Headline-News, Serbia

By Grey Carter – In Stari Brod near Visegrad, the Memorial Museum was consecrated as well as parastos (an Orthodox Christian memorial service) for the Serb victims of the Bosnian Muslims and Croats, who were allied to Nazi Germany. The suffering of 6,150 Serbs in the Sarajevo-Romanija region and Podrinje on March 42 on the banks of the Drina River is a double crime, as their fate has been silenced for decades. Monument to the victims who leapt into the river to avoid inhumane rape, torture, and murder at the hands of Croat and Bosnian Muslim Nazis; Services are held… Continue ->

Tags: Children, Croatian Nazi, Croatian Scenario, Serbs, War Crimes, Women


MAJOR: Syrian People Hold Massive Rallies Against US-Backed Militias, Call for Expulsion of SDF from Deir Ezzor

Published 2019-09-08 20:00:59 by Drago Bosnic in Anglo-5, Defense, Eurasia, Headline-News, Mena, Politics, Syria, Turkey, United-States

Deir Ezzor, Syria – The residents of Deir Ezzor held massive rallies against the Kurdish militias in eastern Syria, calling for the expulsion of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) from the region, the Arabic-language media outlets and sources said. The local sources in Deir Ezzor province reported that a large number of residents of al-Moizlieh and al-Azabeh in northeastern Deir Ezzor closed the roads and protested against the SDF and the US. The Arabic-language al-Watan newspaper reported that the civilians called on the Kurdish militia commanders to hand over the areas under their control to the indigenous population before protests… Continue ->

Tags: Deir Ez-Zor, SDF, Syria, USA


Still the Best in the World, Russian Kids Take Home the Gold at Chess Competition in China (VIDEO)

Published 2019-09-08 19:00:37 by Drago Bosnic in China, Entertainment, Eurasia, Headline-News, Russia, Science, Sports

Weifang, People’s Republic of China – Three gold medals: the youngest Russian grandmasters checkmated their rivals in the finale of the worldwide children’s competition in Weifang, China. Moscow resident Savva Vitokhin proved to be the strongest in the under ten category, candidate master Galina Mikheeva from Salekhard won the competition among girls under twelve, while the junior category under the age of eight saw no rivals for Sochi-born Artyom Lebedev who has become a second-year student at a sports school as the youngest world chess champion. Russia has had a very long history of the top of the line grandmasters… Continue ->

Tags: Chess, China, Russia


China is NOT messing around, But Does it Really Put Muslims in Camps (VIDEO)

Published 2019-09-08 18:00:52 by Drago Bosnic in Anglo-5, China, Color-Revolution, Eurasia, Fake-News, Headline-News, Politics, Propaganda, United-States

Urumqi, Xinjiang, China – Street protests have been held in Chinese Hong Kong for almost three months. Some even compare them with Moscow’s, although the scale is still not comparable. But the Americans evidently interfere with the situation in Hong Kong in a recognizable manner. The Chinese authorities have repeatedly demanded that the U.S. doesn’t interfere in the internal affairs of the country and whip up the crowd. It’s clear that many-thousand protests don’t pass without provocations by the protesters. The Chinese police detain especially active citizens, without hesitating to use force. This is expected from any self-respecting (super)power, which… Continue ->

Tags: China, Geopolitics, Hong Kong Protests, International Relations, Xinjiang


B-52 vs. Tu-95: Cold War nuclear titans that keep flying

Published 2019-09-08 17:30:05 by Paul Antonopoulos in Defense, Eurasia, Headline-News, Russia

MOSCOW – The US B-52 and Russian Tu-95 strategic bombers came into service in the 1950s, but to this day remain an essential part of Russia and the US nuclear potential. These aircraft were created as a means of transport for nuclear weapons , since the technological level of that time did not allow the development of high-range, high-precision ballistic missiles. Since then, the missiles have become the centerpiece of nuclear strategy, but the flights of these aircraft near the borders of both countries continue to cause media turmoil. So similar and so different Both bombers were developed with the… Continue ->

Tags: Russia, Tu-95


Flashback: Aftermath of Beslan Terror Attack – Putin Addresses Russia In Its Darkest Hour; 15 Years on, He Kept His Promise (VIDEO)

Published 2019-09-08 17:03:07 by Drago Bosnic in Defense, Eurasia, Headline-News, Nato, Politics, Russia

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MOSCOW – What we can see in the following video is Putin’s address to Russian citizens on the Beslan tragedy (04.09.2004). Few people in Russia can forget that heinous day. On September 1, 2004, a disgusting act of terror perpetrated by Islamic terrorists from the North Caucasus snuffed out the lives of hundreds of Russian school children on their way to their first day of classes. The nation reeled back in shock at the absolute barbarity and ethnic hatred that was put on display in Beslan. President Putin – still at the beginning of his Presidency – addressed the nation… Continue ->

Tags: Beslan, Putin, Russia


Turkey and US conduct 1st ground patrol of Syria’s ‘security zone’

Published 2019-09-08 16:30:52 by Paul Antonopoulos in Anglo-5, Eurasia, Headline-News, Mena, Syria, Turkey, United-States

TEL ABYAD – US and Turkish troops on Sunday carried out the first joint ground patrol of the northern Syrian security zone, an international news agency reported. Six Turkish-flagged vehicles have joined US-flagged cars in Syria, about 15 km east of the Turkish border town of Akcakale, east of the Euphrates, near the Syrian city of Tel Abyad, according to Anadolu. Previously, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan confirmed his intention to establish, by the end of September, a “safe zone” with the United States in northeastern Syria. The Turkish leader said in early September that his country would not accept… Continue ->

Tags: Syria, Turkey, US


25 years since Russia withdrew from Germany, American and British troops are still there (VIDEO)

Published 2019-09-08 16:01:32 by Drago Bosnic in Anglo-5, Defense, Eurasia, Germany, Headline-News, Nato, Politics, Russia, United-States

BERLIN/MOSCOW – Exactly 25 years ago, the last echelon of Russian soldiers departed to go back home from East Germany. They were deployed there in accordance with the agreement with the Allies after the victory over Hitler’s Nazi regime. They left, but the American and British occupation troops are still in Germany. A big documentary on the Western Group of Forces of the Soviet Army was shot by Vesti News Russian military reporter, Alexander Sladkov. It’s called The Last Eastward Echelon. It will air on Rossiya 1, later today, on September 8th, but Vesti News showed us a clip. Western… Continue ->

Tags: Geopolitics, Germany, International Relations, Military, Russia, USA


Is the secret US spaceship actually a military vessel to control space?

Published 2019-09-08 15:30:22 by Paul Antonopoulos in Anglo-5, Headline-News, United-States

WASHINGTON DC – On September 7, the US mini space shuttle X-37B completed two years in orbit. Today it is one of the most enigmatic space apparatuses, as very little information about its mission is known. Some experts are confident that this spacecraft pursues purely military purposes. The NASA space agency and the US company Boeing began to carry out the project related to the construction of the X-37 in 1999. At the beginning of the works, its manufacturers considered that the device would be dedicated to repair satellites located at an altitude of up to 700 kilometers. Later however,… Continue ->

Tags: Space, Spaceship, US


Putin and Zelvensky talk on phone after prisoner swap

Published 2019-09-08 14:40:05 by Paul Antonopoulos in Eurasia, Headline-News, Russia, Ukraine

MOSCOW – Russian President Vladimir Putin had a telephone conversation with his Ukrainian counterpart Vladimir Zelensky, the Kremlin press service said on Saturday. According to Kremlin, the conversation was held at the initiative of the Ukrainian chief executive. The press service of the Russian president reported that the leaders of Russia and Ukraine positively evaluated the recent prisoner exchange, emphasizing its humanitarian aspect, vital for the normalization of relations between two countries. “During an exchange of views on the prospects for organizing the Normandy Summit, the Russian President noted the need to continue the comprehensive preparatory work for the next… Continue ->

Tags: Putin, Russia, Ukraine


Pakistan promises ‘fullest possible response’ to India in Kashmir

Published 2019-09-08 14:05:48 by Paul Antonopoulos in Eurasia, Headline-News, India, Pakistan

ISLAMABAD – Pakistan does not want a war, but has vowed to respond “to the enemy” as “fully as possible,” said Prime Minister Imran Khan. In a message on the occasion of Defense Day, which is commemorated every year in honor of the deaths of Pakistani soldiers in the 1965 war against India, Khan said that Pakistan again faces a similar situation. According to the politician, India is “again demonstrating aggressive positions on the Control Line – the military border established between India and Pakistan” – and changing the status of Jammu and Kashmir. “For Pakistan, Kashmir is a jugular… Continue ->

Tags: India, Kashmir, Pakistan


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