2018 | GEOPOLITICS ALERT

Year: 2018

Ceasefire Reached After Intense Israeli Airstrikes and Botched Assassination [VIDEO]

Al-Quds (GPA) – “Israel” and Gaza reached a ceasefire Wednesday after a two-day exchange of fire that began Sunday, with ‘Israel’ breaking the previous ceasefire. The violence struck when Israeli Occupational Forces (IOF) infiltrated Gaza in a civilian vehicle waging an attack against the leadership and command of Hamas: the main resistance faction fighting Israel’s […]

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Occupancy Rate in Turkish Prisons More Than 40,000 Above Capacity

Ankara (TM) – Şaban Yılmaz, the director general of Prisons and Correctional Facilities, has announced that prison occupancy in Turkey exceeds capacity by some 40,000 inmates, the T24 news website reported on Wednesday. Speaking at a meeting of the Parliamentary Commission on Human Rights, Yılmaz specified that as of today some 260,000 inmates are being held in Turkey’s […]

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Israel Will Continue Airstrikes on Gaza ‘As Necessary’

Tel Aviv (IMEMC) – The Israeli Cabinet reportedly decided, on Tuesday afternoon, to resume the offensive on the besieged Gaza Strip, following a meeting that lasted several hours. Hebrew-language news sites reported that, following a meeting that lasted for nearly seven hours, the Israeli Cabinet decided to continue airstrikes targeting the Gaza Strip “as necessary.” […]

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US-Saudi Coalition Launches Direct Attack on Hodeidah but Yemenis Resist Advances

Sana’a (GPA) – The US-backed Saudi coalition in Yemen has launched a series of airstrikes on portions of Hodeidah port for the first time since beginning their offensive against indigenous Yemenis in June. A major lifeline for imports, a direct attack on Hodeidah port puts the lives of some 24 million Yemenis at risk for […]

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Palestinians Denounce Hollywood Stars’ $60m for Israeli Army ‘Terror’

Hollywood (MEE) – Pharrell Williams and Ashton Kutcher among stars condemned by Palestinians, who say money furthers the occupation. As Hollywood stars celebrated at a fundraiser for the Israeli army last week in Los Angeles, halfway across the world Palestinians in the besieged Gaza Strip were waking up for another Friday of protest and bloodshed. The […]

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A Look at Yemen’s Domestic Defensive Missile Production Over the Past 3 Years

Sana’a (AMA) – After more than three years of the US-Saudi-UAE aggression on Yemen, the curse of Yemeni ballistic missiles continues to haunt the enemies. They stand helpless trying to destroy or limit the missiles launch and development capabilities. Even the most advanced Patriot missile defense system was neutralized and no longer effective in the face […]

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Erdogan: US, Saudis, Germany, UK Heard Khashoggi’s Murder Audio

Ankara (TLS) – “We gave them to Saudi Arabia, to the United States, Germans, French and British, all of them. They know.” Erdogan said Saturday. The Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Saturday his country shared recordings related to the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi with Saudi Arabia, the U.S. and a number of European countries. “We […]

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The Best Way to Honor War Veterans Is to Stop Creating Them

Washington D.C. (AHT) – The US will be celebrating Veterans Day tomorrow, and many a striped flag shall be waved. The social currency of esteem will be used to elevate those who have served in the US military, thereby ensuring future generations of recruits to be thrown into the gears of the globe-spanning war machine. […]

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How the US War on Yugoslavia Laid the Groundwork for Modern NATO Imperialism

Washington (GPA) – The American-led destruction of Yugoslavia happened over 20 years ago but laid the foundations of NATO’s post-Cold War imperialism that carries on to this day. The handful of small nations in the Balkans that used to comprise the former Yugoslav Federation may not seem to be a high priority of western foreign […]

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Saudi Dissident Journalist Killed Under Torture in Prison

Riyadh (TNA) – Saudi journalist and writer Turki Bin Abdul Aziz Al-Jasser have reportedly been tortured to death in prison after he disclosed rights violations committed by the Saudi authorities and royal family in his Twitter account. According to reports, Al-Jasser was arrested and tortured to death after Saudi authorities claimed he administered the Twitter […]

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