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Sultan Erdogan’s War on…Russia

Let’s cut to the chase. The notion that Turkey’s downing of a Russian Su-24 by a made in USA F-16 was carried out without either a green light or at ...

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Who Is Fanning Sectarian Flames in Middle East?

Pro-Saudi media gossipers in the West claim Shia leaders in Iran are fomenting sectarian violence in the Middle East. Other claims include: Iran shipping arms to Bahrain; Iran aggravating religious ...

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Why Russia had to intervene in Syria

Combating international terrorism has long been one of the top priorities of Russia’s foreign policy. We have been consistently advocating genuinely global efforts in countering this evil. The fight against ...

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Russia’s gambit

REACTIONS to the Russian intervention in Syria essentially fall into three categories: ambivalence, consternation and enthusiasm. The first of these is the broad Western response. There was little question of ...

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The powerless pilgrims

THE death toll of pilgrims killed in Mina during Eidul Azha has apparently almost doubled. According to the Associated Press, nearly 1,400 people are now believed to have died in ...

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