This Daily FRN News Brief is a summary of 8, articles about Anglo-5, Defense, Eurasia, Finance, Headline-News, Nato, Politics, Russia, Turkey, United-States, Germany, Isis, Mena, Syria, Belarus, Greece-Eurasia, Kosovo, Serbia, Bolivia, Latin-America.
Tags in this brief: F-35, Geopolitics, NATO, S-400, Turkey, USA, German Reunification, Imperialism, Economy, Russia, Syria, US Imperialism, War, Belarus, Lukashenko, Albania, Kosovo, Serbia, MENA, Bolivia, US.
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Table of Contents
- MAJOR: Relations Between Turkey and US Sour as Negotiations Over S-400s and F-35 Fail (VIDEO)
- KEDMI: Russia Spearheaded Efforts to Reunite Germany When West Preferred Occupation
- Life Is Slowly But Surely Returning to Normal in Syria (VIDEO)
- Lukashenko denies Belarus-Russia military alliance is for invasion purposes
- MAJOR: Erdogan ally indirectly admits many Turks were actually Greeks forced to become Muslim
- Kosovo 2.0? Albanians mass purchase property in Balkan countries to create Greater Albania
- Russia exports $2 billion woth of weapons to the Middle East every year
- Why does the US support the coup d’état in Bolivia?
Published 2019-11-17 18:30:34 by Drago Bosnic in Anglo-5, Defense, Eurasia, Finance, Headline-News, Nato, Politics, Russia, Turkey, United-States
ANKARA/WASHINGTON, D.C. -As Trump made comments on how “they looked pale and failed to find an answer to the main question” regarding the speeches of the first two witnesses at the impeachment hearings, spokesperson of the White House said a little earlier that the president didn’t actually watch the broadcast but “worked hard” trying to reach an agreement with Erdogan as to what Turkey should do with the S-400s purchased from Russia. Trump decided not to support the negotiations, probably because he failed to come to an agreement with the Turkish leader. The leaders decided to form a commission, which… Continue ->
Tags: F-35, Geopolitics, NATO, S-400, Turkey, USA
Published 2019-11-17 18:13:55 by Drago Bosnic in Eurasia, Germany, Headline-News, Nato, Politics, Russia
MOSCOW – Nowadays, although the Federal Republic of Germany is a single entity (officially at least), there is still a clear border between former West Germany and East Germany. The only difference is that 30 years ago, it was clearly visible, with guard towers and border guards on both sides of the border. However, now, the differences are visible in other ways. While East Germans were hoping to get a clear reunification, West Germans saw the events of 1990 as a triumphant annexation of the (former) East Germany. This feeling hasn’t withered away. Not even after 30 years. Yakov Kedmi… Continue ->
Tags: Geopolitics, German Reunification, Imperialism, NATO
Published 2019-11-17 17:24:02 by Drago Bosnic in Anglo-5, Eurasia, Headline-News, Isis, Mena, Russia, Syria, Turkey, United-States
DAMASCUS – On Saturday evening, Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Turkish counterpart, Recep Tayyip Erdogan discussed the situation in Syria on the phone, where both countries are guarantors of the settlement process. The leaders of Russia and Turkey stressed the importance of coordinating actions in northeast Syria and confirmed their adherence to the principle of protecting the territorial integrity of Syria. On Friday, the Russian Military Police and Turkish border guards conducted the third patrol on the Syrian-Turkish border. At the same time, US troops are “securing” Syrian oil in the eastern areas of the country. This clearly shows… Continue ->
Tags: Economy, Russia, Syria, Turkey, US Imperialism, War
Published 2019-11-17 15:30:22 by Paul Antonopoulos in Belarus, Eurasia, Headline-News, Russia
MINSK – President Alexandr Lukashenko denied that Belarus is building a military alliance with Russia to invade neighboring nations. “Do not even think of writing that we are creating here with any Russia to move tanks against you. It will never happen,” Lukashenko said, addressing a Polish journalist, who asked not to publish unproven data. The Belarusian president made this comment during an appearance before the press at a polling station in Minsk, after casting his vote in the parliamentary elections held today in Belarus. Lukashenko recalled referring to the same issue during a meeting with the Ukrainian president, Volodimir… Continue ->
Tags: Belarus, Lukashenko, Russia
Published 2019-11-17 14:30:44 by Paul Antonopoulos in Eurasia, Greece-Eurasia, Headline-News, Turkey
TRABZON – A shocking statement came from a Turkish mayor who belongs to the ruling AKP party that President Reccep Hayip Erdogan belongs to, where, speaking to a woman, she told her that the Turkey had “made her a” Muslim. The woman first told him that her ancestry was from Trabzon province, a region of Turkey’s Black Sea coast that was overwhelmingly Greek for over 2,500 years before the Greek genocide by Turkish forces killed, expelled or converted the entire Greek Orthodox population of the region. After reactions, Mayor Hayrettin Güngör apologized on social media after many negative reactions from… Continue ->
Published 2019-11-17 14:00:50 by Paul Antonopoulos in Eurasia, Headline-News, Kosovo, Serbia
It is estimated that in the last five years alone, more than 11,000 Albanians from Kosovo and Metohija have immigrated to southern Serbia. The massive purchase of Serb homes and land by Serbs began as early as 2010. Albanians mostly buy property in Serb villages along the administrative line with Kosovo and Metohija. The Bujanovac municipality in recent months has been reminiscent of a large construction site. Buildings are sprouting like mushrooms, and mostly no one lives in the new apartments. The squares are sold at unrealistically high prices, around 700 euros per square meter, and the apartments are bought… Continue ->
Tags: Albania, Kosovo, Serbia
Published 2019-11-17 13:30:27 by Paul Antonopoulos in Eurasia, Headline-News, Mena, Russia
Russia annually exports to the countries of the Middle East weapons and military equipment worth more than 2 billion dollars, the director of the Russian Military Technical Cooperation Service (FSVTS), Dmitri Shugaev, said. “In the last five years, the annual volume of exports of military equipment to this region has been more than 2 billion dollars annually, which represents 10% to 20% of total exports,” Shugáev said in an exhibition in Dubai Referring to future plans, Shugáev highlighted the possible supply of Russian Sukhoi Su-35 fighters, as well as the construction of a fifth-generation light fighter based on the Russian… Continue ->
Tags: MENA, Russia
Published 2019-11-17 12:27:15 by Paul Antonopoulos in Anglo-5, Bolivia, Headline-News, Latin-America, United-States
LA PAZ – Former president of Bolivia accused the US of orchestrating the coup against him. This is not the first time that Latin American leaders have denounced US interference in their countries. What are the possible interests the US may have in promoting regime change in Bolivia? Since the end of World War II (1939-1945), accusations that the United States has led to destabilization and changes in government in Latin America and the Caribbean have become constant. Provocation of internal conflict, military invasions and various coups d’etat are on the list of complaints against the US nation in the… Continue ->
Tags: Bolivia, US
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