Archive for: November 2015

Cameron’s ‘deceitful’ strategy to get UK Syrian involvement

David Cameron said the UK shouldn’t subcontract security. I say we should not make ourselves hostage to the actions of others, says Peter Ford, former UK ambassador to Syria. RT: Will the UK Prime Minister David Cameron manage to convince Parliament that Britain should join the aerial campaign against Islamic State forces in Syria? Peter […]

France: Hostage situation, several suffer ‘gunshot wounds’

A hostage situation has been reported in the northern French town of Roubaix. Several people have sustained gunshot wounds, Reuters reported citing medical sources. The area has been cordoned off by police, RTL reported, adding that gunfire can be heard. La Voix du Nord newspaper says the hostage takers are armed with Kalashnikovs. Witnesses told […]

Putin; Turkey ‘accomplices of terrorists’ Russian jet shot down

Russia’s president Vladimir Putin has called Turkey’s downing of a Russian fighter bomber a “stab in the back by the accomplices of terrorists” such as Islamic State (Isis). Warning the incident will have “serious consequences” for already strained Russian-Turkish relations, Putin said the Su-24 “never threatened the republic of Turkey in any way”. He repeated […]

Ukraine: NATO terrorist attack on power lines to Crimea

Crimeans voted to become part of Russia in response to a Neo Nazi coup led by NATO, in which the desired objective was to keep Russian forces occupied via conflict on their border, so Russia would be in a position where they could not support Syria, this has so far failed, failed to prevent Russian […]

Israeli spy Pollard released after 30 years in U.S. prison

Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard was released on Friday after 30 years in an American prison but he will stay in the United States under strict parole conditions in a case that strained relations between the two allies for decades. Pollard, a former civilian intelligence analyst for the U.S. Navy, was sentenced to life in prison […]

U.S.-NATO intervention in Libya spread chaos to Mali

A hostage crisis is underway in Mali, where suspected Islamist militants have stormed a luxury hotel in the capital Bamako and taken over 180 people hostage. Malian special forces have launched a rescue operation and exchanged fire with the militants inside. Dozens of people have reportedly been freed, while at least three deaths have been […]

Sinai plane crash confirmed to be terrorist attack

The mid-air explosion of a Russian jetliner over the Sinai desert last month that killed all 224 people on board was the result of a terrorist attack, Russia’s chief intelligence officer said Tuesday. At a meeting with President Vladimir V. Putin, Federal Security Service head Alexander Bortnikov said that traces of explosives found in the […]

Putin calls for united efforts against terrorism ahead of G20

Putin said the international community will only be able to address the threat of terrorism if it unites its efforts. He made the comments ahead of the G-20 summit in the Turkish city of Antalya. The annual meeting is expected to be overshadowed by Friday’s coordinated terror attacks in Paris. High on the agenda will […]

Blowback or False Flag in Paris? – Stephen Lendman

It’s too soon to know for sure. Given French complicity with ongoing US state terror throughout the Middle East, North Africa and elsewhere, odds strongly favor the latter. Multiple likely well-planned Friday night attacks in Paris had a disturbing aroma to them – including France’s knee-jerk police state reaction. More on this below. Here’s what […]

Israelis disguised as Arabs burst into hospital, kill Palestinian

An elite Israeli military force that operates undercover stormed the al-Ahli Hospital in Hebron and shot dead a 27-year-old Palestinian, the Palestinian Ministry of Health said. Abdullah al-Shalaldeh was killed by five rounds fired early on Thursday after 21 members of the elite unit – known as Mustaarabin – barged into the hospital room of […]

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