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To avoid new migration wave, Europe should abandon ‘phobia’ of helping Syria – Putin

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The EU must abandon its phobias regarding helping war-ravaged Syria, if it doesn’t want a new migration influx, Russian President Vladimir Putin said. “If the world community, and mainly Europe, doesn’t want a new influx of migrants, it should think, get rid of some phobias, and just help the Syrian people, regardless of political bias,” Read More

ISIS paid fighters with gold & silver for taking down aircraft and launching chemical attacks

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ISIS jihadists were paid well for their service, documents belonging to the terrorist group, and obtained by RT in Iraq, reveal. Use of chemical agents was paid-for in silver, while taking down a chopper was rewarded with gold. Despite the common belief that Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) fighters were often forced to join the Read More

‘Left to count their dead’: Striking report breaks MSM silence on plight of ‘liberated’ Raqqa

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Entire families perished in US-led strikes on Raqqa that may have claimed more civilian lives than those of ISIS, NPR said in a shocking report tilting the Western media narrative on what has become of the “liberated” city. The retaking of Raqqa, Islamic State’s (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) stronghold in Syria, was hailed as a major Read More

Macron pats Trump on the knee after 'insulting' rebuke

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Donald Trump and Emmanuel Macron’s meeting in Paris had a frosty air after the French president said the EU needed its own army. The US president tweeted on Friday to say the suggestion was “very insulting” and the continent should “pay its fair share to NATO”. He had arrived in the French capital earlier that Read More

Beloved cafe owner killed in Melbourne terror attack

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The victim of the Melbourne terror attack has been named by local media as a beloved founder of the city’s culinary scene. Sisto Malaspina, 74, is believed to have been stabbed by Hassain Khalif Shire Ali on Wednesday, in which two other people were injured. It was reported that Mr Malaspina, who founded a famous Read More

Trump hits out at Macron's 'very insulting' call for EU army

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Donald Trump has described Emmanuel Macron’s call for an EU army to protect itself from the US as “very insulting”. The US president touched down in Paris on Friday evening ahead of a weekend of events commemorating the end of the First World War but did not take long to hit out at his French Read More

Discover Aleppo: Syria invites tourists to visit ancient city 2 years after liberation

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Video offering panoramic and aerial views of Aleppo has been released by the Syrian ministry of tourism in an apparent attempt to say that the country’s historic pearl is finally ready to receive visitors. The pitch comes almost two years after the Syrian army defeated jihadist rebel groups besieging the city in a series of Read More

Iran vaults up Erdogan's Trump agenda as oil waiver disappoints

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By selcan hacaogly on 11/9/2018 Photo: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. ANKARA, Turkey (Bloomberg) — The Trump administration’s sanctions on Iran are the latest irritant in relations between Turkey and the U.S. even as the two NATO allies move past their worst diplomatic crisis in decades. Although Turkey is one of eight countries to receive Read More

Find Khashoggi’s killer or you’ll be helping Iran, Boris Johnson tells Saudis

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Former UK foreign secretary Boris Johnson has put forth an intriguing argument for finding the killers of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi: not doing so will help Iran! Oh, and maybe the war on Yemen is bad, also. Khashoggi, a self-exiled critic of the current Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, was last seen entering the Read More

‘ISIS member’ started Tajikistan prison riot that left 25+ people killed – report

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An ISIS-linked inmate is suspected to be an instigator of a prison riot that left more than 25 people killed in a high security prison in northern Tajikistan, according to media reports. Violence broke out at the prison in the second-largest Tajik city of Khujand late on Wednesday. The prisoners joined a fellow inmate, allegedly Read More