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EU Refuses to Pay for Damage They’ve Caused in Syria

(GPA) Brussels – In several European Union (EU) documents released this week, as well as in statements by EU officials it has been revealed that money won’t be coming from Brussels to rebuild Syria unless a western favored deal is struck. The EU has apparently decided against helping to repair the damage they’re in part […]

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Despite Liberation, Western Media Still Lies About Situation in Aleppo

Aleppo (GPA)  – The Western media is finally starting to concede that the Syrian army has liberated Aleppo save for a few neighborhoods but still declaring a “slaughter” in the same breath. Western media has been falling in line with reality on the ground in Syria in the past week, finally admitting that Syria’s armed […]

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Just After a Memo to Send Guns to Syria, Obama Now Sending More Special Forces

(GPA) Washington – Following the liberation of Aleppo by the Syrian military, president Obama first decided to send weapons to terrorist and now he is sending a new batch of US special forces to aid “rebel” groups. Just after the Syrian army freed the majority of East Aleppo, the Obama administration has made multiple moves […]

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Erdogan’s AK Party Seeks to Empower President, Eliminate PM

(GPA) Ankara – Turkish President Recep Erdogan’s Justice and Development Party (AKP) has proposed a bill in parliament to further expand the power of his office while possible eliminating the Prime Ministry. The ruling AK Party in Turkey has put a bill in to committee that would further expand the powers of the office of President while […]

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After Liberation of Aleppo, Obama Green-Lights More Arms to Syria

(GPA) Washington – President Obama has given the go ahead to the United States departments of Defense and State to export more arms to Syria following the liberation of Aleppo by Syrian forces. In a presidential memorandum issued this week; the White House authorized more “defense articles and services” to be directed to Syria for […]

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Israel Wants to Pass Bill to Retroactively Legalize Criminal Settlements

(GPA) West Bank – The global community has been outraged over the past week as Israeli legislators try to pass a law to retroactively make their criminal settlements in the West Bank legal. The settlement bill, on the verge of passing through the Israeli parliament, is being considered by many outside observers (as well as […]

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Syria Accuses Israel of Attack on Damascus Airbase

(GPA) Damascus – Earlier today the Syrian government accused Israel of an attack on an important airbase near the Syrian capital. Reports differ on what kind of strike actually took place but Israel has made no comment. Pro-western media outlets such as Al Jazeera are saying it was possibly an explosion of an ammunition depot […]

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Wikileaks Reveal Scope of Turkish Connection to IS and Media Crackdown

(GPA) Ankara – On Monday, Wikileaks released a batch of almost 58,000 emails sent and received by Turkish president Recep Erdogan’s son-in-law Berat Albayrak. The release, termed by Wikileaks as ‘Berat’s box’ includes thousands of emails detailing Albayrak’s dealings as the Turkish Minister of Energy. The emails encompass a span of sixteen years beginning April […]

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Russia and China Veto Syrian Ceasefire Resolution in UNSC

(GPA) New York – Earlier today at a meeting of the United Nations Security Council, a proposal to initiate a seven day ceasefire in East Aleppo, Syria was vetoed by both Russia and China. Russia warned the delegation from the United States earlier today that the measure would be blocked. Russia was joined by China […]

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UN: Torture Widespread in Post-Coup Turkey

(GPA) Ankara – A United Nations (UN) special rapporteur has announced the preliminary results of a study on torture in Turkish jails, prisons and extrajudicial sites stating he has found multiple abuses and cases of torture following July’s coup. UN human rights expert,  Nils Melzer conducted interviews with inmates, lawyers and advocacy groups over the […]

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