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International Team of Researchers Concerned Over US Efforts to Create Bio-Weapons

Washington D.C. (SCF) – In 1969, US President Richard Nixon ended all offensive aspects of the US bio-weapons program — the first category of weapons prohibited by an international treaty. In 1975, the US ratified both the 1925 Geneva Protocol and the 1972 Biological Weapons Convention (BWC) — the international treaties outlawing biological warfare. But […]

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US Turns World War III Ambitions Towards Ukraine as Syria Plans Unravel

Moscow (SCF) – The United States Government is now treating Ukraine as if it were a NATO member, and on September 27th donated to Ukraine two warships for use against Russia. This is the latest indication that the U.S. is switching to Ukraine as the locale to start World War III, and from which the nuclear war is to […]

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Hedging Bets in Syria, Turkey Attempts to Repair Relations with Israel

Ankara (GPA) – With the battle of Idlib causing tension between Turkey and Russia, it now seems Erdogan is looking to repair relations with Israel after multiple diplomatic spats in recent months. It seems some of Turkey’s maneuvers to move out of the western orbit are coming up short once again, as reports have begun circulating that the […]

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Putin and Erdogan Agree to Create Demilitarised Zone in Syria’s Idlib

Sochi (MEE) – Russia said on Monday there will be no new military operation against rebels in Idlib by Syrian government forces and their allies after president Vladimir Putin met with his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The two leaders, who back opposing sides in Syria’s seven-year war, came together in an ad hoc meeting in the Russian […]

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Al-Nusra and ‘Israel’ Wage Strikes and Attacks in Syria’s Idlib and Hama

Damascus (GPA) – Recent U.S. threats against Syria follow an escalating siege campaign to liberate Idlib: the last rebel-held stronghold in the country’s territory. On Monday, French foreign minister Jean-Yves Le Drian recognized President Bashar Al-Assad as the victor in the eight-year war in Syria, though warning the president will not “win the peace” without […]

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Russian Defense: White Helmets, Armed Groups Plan Chemical Attack in Syria

Moscow (AM) – The Russian Defense Ministry reported on Sunday that foreign experts had arrived in Idlib to organize the play of “Chemical Attack” using chlorinated munitions. Sputnik quoted the Russian Defense Ministry spokesman, Major General Igor Konashnikov, that the White Helmets and Armed Groups is preparing a strike on Kafr Zita, south of Idlib, […]

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Is the US Itching for a New War in the Horn of Africa?

Washington D.C. (GPA) – The United States tries to keep a tight lid on its official involvement in Africa — particularly the Horn where several nations have invested large sums of money and constructed bases in recent history. However, this build-up is getting hard to ignore. But what is Washington’s plan? Is a new war […]

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Idlib Will be the Final Test of Turkish-Russian Cooperation in Syria

Damascus (GPA) – With Turkey preparing the rebels in Idlib to repel the impending offensive by the Syrian Arab Army it seems likely that this will be the end of Turkish-Russian cooperation in Syria. As the forces of the Syrian Arab Army prepare to move on the last major terrorist enclave in northwestern Syria, time looks like it […]

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Worried About Election Interference? 5 Clear Times the US Meddled in Elections Abroad

Washington D.C. (GPA) – If you read any article about the “Russian hacking” or “U.S. election interference” you will likely see some reference to the U.S.’s own long history of election interference. Yet most of these articles defend the U.S. by claiming that such interference campaigns dropped off significantly since the end of the Cold […]

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The Real Reasons why US-Turkey Relations Have Hit an All-Time Low

Ankara (GPA) – Over the past week, US-Turkey relations have hit an all-time low, but how did these two allies end up at odds with each other? If you’ve been watching the news over the past week you may think the current hostility between Washington and Ankara is about the US pastor, Andrew Brunson. Brunson, who has been […]

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