The FRN Daily News Brief 2019-10-21

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This Daily FRN News Brief is a summary of 12, articles about Anglo-5, Defense, Eurasia, Headline-News, North-Korea, Politics, South-Korea, United-States, Isis, Mena, Nato, Syria, Turkey, Libya, Brazil, Ksa, Latin-America, Russia, Crime, Finance, Eu, United-Kingdom.

Tags in this brief: Geopolitics, International Relations, Military, North Korea, USA, SDF, Syria, Turkey, War, Erdogan, Libya, National Libyan Government, NATO, Brazil, Saudi, UN, UNHRC, US, ISIS, Russia, Ecuador, IMF, Moreno, Dollar, Terrorism, Brexit, Eu, UK, S-400.

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N. Korea: Actions of US, South to Blame for Rising Tensions on Korean Peninsula

Published 2019-10-21 23:40:40 by Drago Bosnic in Anglo-5, Defense, Eurasia, Headline-News, North-Korea, Politics, South-Korea, United-States

PYONGYANG – North Korea blamed actions of the neighboring South and the United States for rising tensions on the Korean Peninsula, urging Washington and Seoul to find new solutions to help break an impasse in the diplomatic process with Pyongyang and resolve the standoff in the volatile region. The North’s Vice Minister of the People’s Armed Forces Kim Hyong Ryong made the comments on Monday at the three-day Xiangshan Forum in Beijing, which is themed “Maintaining International Order and Promoting Peace in the Asia-Pacific”, PressTV reported. The top official said it has been more than one year since a joint… Continue ->

Tags: Geopolitics, International Relations, Military, North Korea, USA


MAJOR: Conflict Looming as Syria Sends Reinforcements to Confront Turkey

Published 2019-10-21 23:23:25 by Drago Bosnic in Anglo-5, Eurasia, Headline-News, Isis, Mena, Nato, Politics, Syria, Turkey, United-States

DAMASCUS – The Damascus government sent a large number of army troops to northeastern Syria amid reports about a new Turkish assault despite an agreement that calls on Ankara to halt its military operation to allow the Kurdish militias withdraw 20 miles to the south from the border. According to a military source in Hasaka province, the Syrian Army has sent several reinforcements to the Tel Tamar, Ein Al-Arab (Kobani), Ain Issa and Al-Tabaqa fronts in order to fortify its positions and prevent any future advances by the Turkish Armed Forces and their militant allies in the region. The source… Continue ->

Tags: SDF, Syria, Turkey, USA, War


Syria Now… Libya Next? Erdogan Plays Both Sides

Published 2019-10-21 23:04:58 by Guest Author in Anglo-5, Eurasia, Headline-News, Isis, Libya, Mena, Nato, Politics, Syria, Turkey, United-States

By Steve Brown – As the dust settles in Syria subsequent to the US exit from the debacle that it so created in 2011, the festering sore that is Libya must once again come to the fore.  Recall that Hillary Clinton and Mahmoud Jibril made the case for regime change in Libya and although the US seemingly abandoned oil-rich Libya after the Benghazi attacks, the US is still running clandestine operations in Libya from Tunisia.    The United States Central Intelligence Agency flies surveillance and attack drones from Sidi Ahmed air base to attack tribal leaders that it suspects of having… Continue ->

Tags: Erdogan, Libya, National Libyan Government, NATO, Turkey, USA, War


From Brazil to Saudi Arabia: The UN Human Rights Council Is A Scam

Published 2019-10-21 16:00:16 by Paul Antonopoulos in Brazil, Headline-News, Ksa, Latin-America, Mena

Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in Brazil campaigned to prevent the country from occupying one of two vacant Latin American seats on the United Nations Human Rights Council (UN) for the period of 2020-2022. “Brazilian civil society organizations express their deep and serious concern about Brazil’s candidacy for the United Nations Human Rights Council for the three-year period 2020-2022,” said a manifesto signed by more than 190 organizations released days ago. This comes as Brazil under President Jair Bolsonaro has continually been accused of human rights abuses. Ultimately, the organized effort to prevent Brazil from joining the UN Human Rights Council failed,… Continue ->

Tags: Brazil, Saudi, UN, UNHRC


U.S. truck convoy enters Syria to evacuate bases

Published 2019-10-21 15:00:58 by Paul Antonopoulos in Anglo-5, Headline-News, Mena, Syria, United-States

QAMISHLI – A convoy of US trucks crossed the Iraqi border and entered Syria to evacuate US military bases in the north. According to the Syrian news agency SANA, a US truck convoy has entered Syria to just evacuate US military bases in the north of the country, where Turkey is conducting Operation Fountain of Peace against Kurdish groupings. The agency reports that the convoy of trucks, accompanied by US military vehicles , drove from northern Iraq to the Syrian city of Al-Qamishli with the aim of completing the process of evacuating US military bases in Syria. Earlier, US Defense… Continue ->

Tags: Syria, US


Russia: Turkish operation in Syria increases global terrorist threat

Published 2019-10-21 15:00:55 by Paul Antonopoulos in Eurasia, Headline-News, Mena, Russia, Syria, Turkey

MOSCOW – Arrests of foreign terrorists were unprotected due to the Turkish military operation in Syria. That could trigger a wave of terrorist migration to their home countries, warned Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu. Turkey launched an offensive in northern Syria on 9 October to combat Kurdish militias on the Turkish border and establish a safe area in the north-east of the Arab country to accommodate thousands of refugees. On October 17, Turkey and the US celebrated a 120-hour ceasefire in Syria for Syrian Kurds to withdraw their forces 30 kilometers from the Turkish border. “The actions of the Turkish… Continue ->

Tags: ISIS, Russia, Turkey


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The Return of the IMF’s Neoliberal Order to Ecuador Can See Moreno Ousted

Published 2019-10-21 14:00:21 by Paul Antonopoulos in Headline-News, Latin-America

QUITO – Nearly two weeks of protests against Ecuadorean President Lenín Moreno has turned Quito, the country’s capital, into a battlefield featuring fire, shooting and even people killed. The situation has become so desperate that the government announced a curfew on Saturday that curiously begins every day at three o’clock in the afternoon, rather than nightfall, but been completely ignored by the people. This has done little to alleviate the frustrations of the protestors, who come from all sectors of Ecuadorean society, including indigenous, students and workers. However, despite the mass mobilization, it is the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of… Continue ->

Tags: Ecuador, IMF, Moreno


Russia-Turkey continue path of de-Dollarizing their economies together

Published 2019-10-21 13:01:16 by Paul Antonopoulos in Eurasia, Headline-News, Russia, Turkey

Any move to de-Dollarize an economy must be done through various means such as increasing purchases in gold, trading in local currencies and move towards virtual currency such as various different types of cryptos. With delegates from 44 countries agreeing to create a global monetary system as the U.S. Dollar abandoned the gold standard in 1944 in the city of Bretton Woods, this led to fierce criticism across the world. This effectively made the U.S. dollar become the main international currency and the rate was set with the gold reserves of the United States, which at that time was almost… Continue ->

Tags: Dollar, Russia, Turkey


Reviving Destroyed Oil, Gas Fields Begins in Syria’s Raqqa After Years of US Bombardment

Published 2019-10-21 00:58:58 by Drago Bosnic in Anglo-5, Crime, Defense, Eurasia, Finance, Headline-News, Isis, Mena, Nato, Politics, Russia, Syria, United-States

Raqqa, Syria – Recovery works at oil and gas fields in the Syrian province of Raqqa as well as in the “triangle” between the freed provinces of Raqqa, Hama and Homs have begun, head of the state-run al-Saura field management Ali Ibrahim stated. “The restoration of the fields will require a lot of work and the involvement of large companies,” he told RIA on Sunday, as all oil wells and the entire infrastructure at the treatment plants of the fields were completely destroyed, while the pipelines were partially destroyed. Ibrahim stressed that the destruction was caused by the American coalition’s… Continue ->

Tags: Syria, Terrorism, USA, War


US Withdrawal from Syria’s Aleppo and Raqqa Completed

Published 2019-10-21 00:44:21 by Drago Bosnic in Anglo-5, Eurasia, Headline-News, Mena, Nato, Politics, Syria, Turkey, United-States

DAMASCUS – The United States has fully pulled its servicemen back from its compounds in the Syrian provinces of Aleppo and Raqqa after President Donald Trump declared that American troops stationed in the war-ravaged country would be returning home. US troops stationed in the two provinces of Aleppo and Raqqa have completely retreated from the two regions as part of Washington’s decision to withdraw troops from northeast Syria, Al-Mayadeen television channel reported. According to the report, the US troops have left the regions on 60 military vehicles and trucks from the Sarrin Airport in eastern Aleppo, as in recent days… Continue ->

Tags: Syria, USA, War


UK Government Ministers Insist Brexit Won’t Be Delayed Despite Extension Request

Published 2019-10-21 00:30:11 by Drago Bosnic in Anglo-5, Eu, Finance, Headline-News, Politics, United-Kingdom

LONDON – Ministers are insisting that the UK will leave the EU by the current Brexit deadline of October 31, despite the government being forced by parliament to ask the bloc for an extension. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson sent an unsigned letter requesting an extension after his Brexit strategy suffered a setback with a defeat in the House of Commons on Saturday. European Council President Donald Tusk confirmed that he had received the letter and will start consulting EU leaders about “how to react”. Despite this, Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab and his fellow cabinet minister Michael Gove insisted on… Continue ->

Tags: Brexit, Eu, UK


Turkey may buy more Russian air defense systems S-400

Published 2019-10-21 00:08:48 by Paul Antonopoulos in Eurasia, Headline-News, Russia, Turkey

MOSCOW – Chances are Russia is likely to get a new contract to deliver air defense systems to Turkey, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Borisov said on Saturday. Moscow and Ankara signed in 2017 a purchase and sale agreement with delivery of the S-400 systems to Turkey. Deliveries have begun to take place in recent months. “I think there is a high probability. They have this option, they have the right to implement it,” Borisov told reporters, answering whether new air defense system delivery contracts to Turkey are possible. Earlier this week, a group of US senators tabled a legislative… Continue ->

Tags: Russia, S-400, Turkey


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