Russian forces bombed targets in Syria for a fourth day, bombed nine ISIS positions Saturday In the past 24 hours, the air force conducted 20 airstrikes near Raqqa, destroyed various militant facilities, including ammunition and oil depots, and all-terrain vehicles.
A U.S. airstrike in the Afghan city of Kunduz hit a hospital run by Doctors Without Borders (MSF) on Saturday, killing at least 19 people at the medical center, the medical charity said.
Senior U.S. military leaders and defense officials are debating whether military force should be used to protect Washington-backed Syrian rebels who have come under attack by Russian airstrikes in recent days.
Washington and its allies in the war for regime change in Syria issued a condemnation of Russia’s recent airstrikes in that country, demanding that Moscow confine any military action to attacks on Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) targets.
Possible Russia will use Iraq’s vast airspace in the nearest future. Iraq is imperative to Russia’s fight against ISIS due to its geographical location. Russian aircraft in Syria gives the Kremlin an ability to shape and control the battlespace in both Syria and Iraq out of all proportion to the size of the Russian force.
Senior British army officials urged NATO authorities to “revisit Cold War scenarios” and prepare for full-scale war in the wake of Russian achievements in the fight against ISIL militants in Syria and development of cutting-edge T-14 Armata battle tanks.
Bulgaria’s Ministry of Agriculture and Food has announced that they will extend a GMO-crop cultivation ban already in place to keep their image as a ‘clean, green’ country intact.
FUKUSHIMA--Police are pushing for criminal charges to be filed against Tokyo Electric Power Co. and 32 of its current and former executives over leakages of contaminated water from the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant. Prefectural police officials here announced Oct. 2 that they had referred the case to prosecutors, did not disclose if they had asked prosecutors to indict those named in the documents.
In pursuit of hegemony, Washington has expanded NATO to Russia’s border, instigated “color revolutions” in former constituent parts of the Soviet Union, announced a “pivot to Asia” to encircle China, orchestrated a coup in Ukraine, demonized Putin, and imposed warlike sanctions against Russia. These reckless and irresponsible actions have brought back the risk of nuclear war.
Military sources said that the Russian Navy has positioned three naval vessels off the Syrian coast of Lattakia in anticipation for their massive cruise missile assault on the militant groups that is likely to occur in the coming days.
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC (INTELLIHUB) — Last week hundreds of customers removed their smart meters in protest of high electricity costs, almost double of last month’s, and frequent outages.
Smart meters are known to be bad for human health and may cause cancer.
Whole Foods Market co-CEO and co-founder John Mackey: most employees feel that unions are not necessary to represent them," "Why would they want to join a union? We're not so much anti-union as beyond unions.”Whole Foods stock has lost 40 percent of its value since February.
Russian combat aircraft have carried out over 60 sorties bombing 50 facilities of the Islamic State terrorist organisation in Syria, Col Gen Andrey Kartapolov of the General Staff; managed to disrupt the terrorists’ infrastructure and to substantially degrade their combat capabilities."
Russian jets have performed 14 combats flights, conducting six pinpoint airstrikes against Islamic State targets in Syria on Friday, according to Russia’s Defense Ministry.
British Prime Minister David Cameron stirred outrage this week when he rejected growing calls for slavery reparations and instead offered £25 million for a new prison that would allow his government to deport Jamaican nationals incarcerated in the UK to serve out their sentences on the Caribbean island.
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