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MAJOR – Senior Iraqi MP: US Deployment Meant to Restore ISIS in Iraq

BAGHDAD – The US transfer of troops from Syria to Iraq is a plan for re-stationing ISIS terrorists in the country’s western province of Anbar, a senior Iraqi lawmaker said. After withdrawing from Syria, the US troops will station at American military bases in Iraq, a senior member of the Iraqi parliament’s Security and Defense […]

Assad Lambasts Erdogan for Syria Incursion

DAMASCUS – Syrian President Bashar al-Assad once against slammed his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan for attacking and occupying the northern parts of his country. Assad made the remarks as he met Syrian army personnel on frontlines of al-Habit town in Idlib province, close to the last major bastion of Ankara-backed militias. “Erdogan is a […]

Turkish FM: Operation to Resume if Kurdish Forces Do Not Withdraw

TEHRAN (FNA)- Turkish Minister of Foreign Affairs warned his country will resume its military operation in northeast Syria if Kurdish fighters do not withdraw from the region before the United States-brokered ceasefire ends on Tuesday evening. “We have 35 hours left. If they don’t withdraw, our operation will resume,” Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Monday in […]

TUVA: The Most Unique and Mysterious Land Within Russia (VIDEO)

Tuva, Russian federation – On this day,  75 years ago, the Republic of Tuva (Sergey Shoigu’s homeland) voluntarily joined the Soviet Union. It happened during the Great Patriotic War when Tuvan volunteers fought against the Nazi onslaught alongside Red Army soldiers. See Anton Lyadov’s report on how the Tuva Republic lives nowadays.

Enraged Kurds Stone Fleeing US Troops (VIDEOS)

DAMASCUS – Scores of the Kurdish population lined up along a road used by the American forces to withdraw from Northern Syria, cursing them as cowards and traitors. Last night, some Syrian Kurd activists gathered along a path used by an American military convoy which was retreating from Northern Syria to stage a protest against […]

MAJOR: Conflict Looming as Syria Sends Reinforcements to Confront Turkey

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 […]