Iran Israel & Palestine Middle East Syria

Netanyahu to Shoigu: Israel ‘Won’t Tolerate’ Iranians in Syria

Two Aviv (GPA) – Russia and Israel have reached a deal for a 10-15 kilometer wide buffer zone between the Israeli border and Iranians in Syria. Earlier this week, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu a day after Israel targeted a Russian-made air defense system in Syria. The two […]

Israel & Palestine Middle East

Netanyahu’s Likud Party Drafts Bill to Protect PMs From Criminal Investigations

Tel Aviv (GPA) – The Israeli government, led by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his Likud party, seek to protect the Prime Minister’s Office from criminal investigation. This week, a committee of Israeli Cabinet Ministers will be working out the final wording of a bill to protect Israeli PMs from criminal investigation while in office. […]

Middle East Turkey Uncategorized

Turkey Infiltrates German Immigration System to Expose Asylum Seekers

Berlin (GPA) – German journalists have compiled a report that shows strong evidence of Turkish spies infiltrating the immigration system in order to report information on political asylum seekers back to Ankara. German media outlets, Deutsche Welle and ARD have collected testimony from asylum seekers fleeing from post-coup Turkey, and the preliminary results show a significant amount of information […]

Egypt Israel & Palestine Middle East

Daesh in The Sinai: Weekend of Attacks & Rockets Fired at Israel

Cairo (GPA) – Following a weekend of Daesh attacks on Egyptian forces in the Sinai, the organization ended their weekend by firing missiles into southern Israel. Thursday: 6 Egyptian Police Killed at Checkpoint Terrorists, most likely members The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant – Sinai Province, started the weekend off early with an attack on a northern […]

Middle East Syria Turkey

Syria Demands Withdraw of Turkish Troops From Idlib

Damascus (GPA) – In an effort to protect their “moderate rebel” friends, Turkey has launched a new military operation in; violating the national sovereignty of Syria. Last week, Turkey deployed troops into the northwestern Syrian province of Idlib. According to Ankara, the operation is meant to ensure the area’s status as a “deconfliction zone.” The other unofficial status […]

Europe Ukraine

Thousands of Ukrainian Nationalists Hold Rally in Kiev

Kiev (GPA) – Around 10,000 far-right Ukrainian nationalists marched in Kiev on Saturday to mark the 75th anniversary of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA). Saturday marked the 75th anniversary of the far-right Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA) which was celebrated by a torch-lit march of around 10,000 Ukrainian nationalists representing some of the worst groups in Ukraine. Prior to the […]

Analysis History Turkey

How The Turkish Military Lost Power by Trying to Keep it

Ankara (GPA) – For the first time in the history of Turkey, it appears the military is actually accountable to the civilian government, in large part as a result of the old guard’s own decisions. These past several months have seen US-Turkish relations hit an all-time low as Turkish President Recep Erdogan’s ever-growing power continues to run up against […]