January 8, 2018 | GEOPOLITICS ALERT

Day: January 8, 2018

Yemeni Forces Save Lives by Shooting Down 2 US-backed Fighter Jets [VIDEO]

Sana’a (GPA) – Finally, some good news to report out of Yemen. Yemen’s resistance forces have vastly improved their air defense capabilities. Yemeni Forces Shoot Down Two Enemy Jets in One Day On Sunday, Yemen’s military media announced that  Air Defense along with the Army and Popular Committees had shot down a Tornado fighter jet. […]

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With Opening of Turkish Border, Georgia’s Armenians Grow Uneasy

Tbilisi (EAN) – A few weeks ago, residents of the village of Dadash, on Georgia’s border with Turkey, blocked the main highway connecting the two countries. Their aim, they said, was to call attention to rampant lawlessness in the area since the opening of the border post with Turkey in 2015. In particular, they assert that their livestock […]

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Tapes Reveal Egypt Accepts Trump’s Jerusalem Move, Protests Publicly

Cairo (MEE) – An Egyptian intelligence officer urged a number of prominent talk show hosts in the country to persuade their viewers to accept the US position that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel, the New York Times reported. In four audio recordings obtained by the Times, Captain Ashraf al-Kholi reportedly told the hosts that conflict with Israel […]

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Shadow Armies: The Unseen, But Real US War in Africa

Washington (TeleSUR) – It will be many years before Africa and its 54 nations are truly free from the stubborn neocolonial mindset, which is grounded in racism, economic exploitation and military interventions. There is a real – but largely concealed – war which is taking place throughout the African continent. It involves the United States, an invigorated Russia, […]

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Eleven Saudi Princes Arrested for Protesting Utility Costs

Riyadh (GPA) – A protest at a royal palace in Riyadh late last week has ended with eleven Saudi princes arrested. The privatization of the Saudi economy is continuing to affect more layers of society that the government has previously kept compliant with massive subsidies, resulting in another sign of the fracturing upper and middle classes in the […]

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