Africa Sudan

Will Sudan Side With Russia And Iran if Sanctions Are Not Lifted?

Khartoum (MEMO) – The expectation that the United States will completely lift economic sanctions against Sudan is by no means certain. Just days before the 12 July deadline, Sudanese diplomats around the world are getting ready to either welcome the lifting of sanctions and see Sudan amerced into the international community; or defend a dramatic new foreign policy direction which could see a return to an anti-US stance should sanctions be re-imposed. The uncertainty over the decision is being fuelled by the unpredictable mercurial nature of US President Donald Trump’s administration which has broken the normal […]

Iraq Middle East

Mosul Liberated, What Next?

Mosul (SCF) – On July 9, Mosul was declared liberated from the Islamic State (IS). Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi arrived in the city to announce the mission’s success. After nine months of fierce and grueling fighting and human suffering, the terrorists lost the city, which has been their stronghold for the last three years. Around 915,000 residents […]

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Middle East Sweden Turkey

Erdogan Could Face an Arrest Warrant in Sweden as Lawmakers Sue him for Genocide

Stockholm (AHT) – On Monday, five Swedish lawmakers from the Left and Green parties signed the complaint to the Swedish International Public Prosecution Offices with regard to the conflict in Turkey’s Kurdish-majority region, where Kurdish militants and Turkish security forces are engaged in clashes since their ceasefire collapsed in 2015. The lawsuit is the first of its kind […]

Russia United States

Nikki Haley to CNN: “Everybody Knows That Russia Meddled in Our elections”

New York (Duran) – US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said “everyone” knows that Russia meddled in the 2016 US elections. US Ambassador to the UN once again exhibited her lack of diplomacy by claiming that “everyone” knows Russia meddled in the 2016 US elections. Never mind zero evidence after more than 9 months of investigations. […]

Asia China Russia

China, Russia Sign Media Agreement to Challenge “Dominance of Western Media”

Moscow (teleSUR) – The agreement was signed in order to push back against Western discourse about China and Russia. China and Russia are teaming up “to challenge the dominance of Western media,” China’s People Daily reported. The two nations met this week to sign a media cooperation agreement at the China-Russia media forum in Moscow on […]