Day: September 7, 2017

deir ez-zor

Aid Convoy Reaches Syria’s Deir Ez-Zor after Three-Year Siege

Deir Ez-Zor (TNA) – A convoy of aid arrived at Deir ez-Zor in eastern Syria on Thursday, bringing supplies to soldiers and civilians days after the Syrian army broke a three-year Daesh (ISIL or ISIS) siege, Syrian state media reported. The Syrian army and its allies reached Deir ez-Zor on Tuesday in a sudden advance into […]

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NATO and Ukrainian Troops Begin Training in Georgia

Tbilisi (GPA) – The latest western dismissal of Moscow’s national security concerns has kicked off this week, and it involves NATO and Ukrainian troops right along Russia’s border. The latest saber rattling has taken the form of another set of NATO exercises taking place along Russia’s borders. In fact, this latest exercise, known as “Agile Spirit 2017,” […]

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IDF Mossad Headquarters Israel

Mossad Agent Who Infiltrated Daesh, Arrested in Libya

Benghazi (MEMO) – Libyan security forces have arrested a Mossad agent who held a leading position in Daesh in the north-eastern Libyan city of Benghazi, the Israeli website Inian Merkazi reported. The Hebrew website whose name translates to “Central Issues”, added that Ephraim Benjamin is a Jewish spy and that he mingled with Libyans following the 2011 revolution that resulted […]

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Venezuela Investigates Opposition Figure Over Crates of Cash

Puebla, MX (VNA) – Venezuelan authorities said Thursday they had opened an investigation into prominent opposition figure Lilian Tintori, after uncovering the equivalent of just over US$10,000 in her vehicle. “We have appointed a prosecutor to determine the truth of the facts about the finding of that scandalous sum of money,” Attorney General Tarek William Saab stated. Saab […]

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Before Trump Pardoned Him, Arpaio Was Promoted by Media

Phoenix (FAIR) – There’s a great deal to be said about Donald Trump’s pardon for criminal racistJoe Arpaio, the former sheriff of Arizona’s Maricopa County, found guilty of criminal contempt for refusing to comply with a court’s order that he stop unconstitutionally profiling Latinx people. As ColorLines‘ Catherine Lizette Gonzalez (8/28/17) reminds, Arpaio also reinstated chain gangs, ran an outdoor […]

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