Day: March 21, 2017

Turkey to Scrap Migration Agreement with EU

Ankara, Turkey (SCF) – Turkey’s relationship with the EU and NATO appears to have plumbed new lows. Ankara’s agreement with the EU to help hold back a flood of migrants is about to end. On March 13, Deputy Turkish Prime Minister Numan Kurtulmus announced the freeze amid an escalating row over Turkish officials’ access to the Netherlands. Another […]

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US Troops to Arrive in Poland in April to ‘Combat Russian Aggression’

Washington (GPA) – As hearings about Trump’s alleged collusion with Russia take place in the US Senate, the US is making plans to move more troops to Poland in the next month. The arrival of more US troops moving to the Polish border with Russia was confirmed this week by the battlegroup commander Army Lt. […]

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Former IRA Fighter-Turned-Peacemaker McGuinness Dead at 66

Belfast N. Ireland (teleSUR) McGuinness forged an unlikely partnership-turned-friendship with Ian Paisley, when the Democratic Unionist Party was pushed to form a power-sharing alliance with his Sinn Fein republican party. Martin McGuinness, a former Irish Republican Army (IRA) commander, succumbed to the effects of a genetic disorder. He was diagnosed with a rare heart disease […]

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