Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on restrictive measures against Turkey. Russian employers are now forbidden to hire Turkish citizens for work. Russian tour operators were ordered to refrain from cooperating with Turkish resort destinations. The activities of Turkish organizations in Russia have been limited as well
Research carried out by a team of international experts has revealed nine pieces of evidence that Turkey has collaborated with Islamic State since 2014. This latest revelation, when added to the repression, torture and atrocities carried out by this NATO member even against its own people, underlines the notion that the State of Turkey is a pariah.
Victories for Krasnodar, qualified for the next phase of the Europa League with a 1-0 win over visitors Dortmund; also for Rubin Kazan, 2-0 at home against Sion. A win at Bordeaux will be enough if Liverpool FC beats Sion in Switzerland. In Moscow, Lokomotiv went down 2-4 to Sporting CP and now has to win in Albania to guarantee a pass.
Islamist terrorists are ready to cut off the tongues of those, who call their organization Daesh, but not ISIS/ISIL. World media prefer to use the term "ISIS" or the "Islamic State." Which name is correct? Daesh is actually a Latin-adapted Arabic acronym. The French were the first, who challenged the Islamic State linguistically
Russian President Vladimir Putin said that if some countries try to toy with terrorists, these efforts will turn out pretty badly for them. Putin said that after the death of Russian servicemen, Russia will ensure the safety of its aircraft. Putin also cast doubts on Erdogan's unawareness of illegal shipments of oil to Turkey from Syrian terrorist
Having committed a war crime, Turkish President Erdogan did not address the president of the country, whose warplane Turkey shot down - he addressed Washington and NATO instead. Pageboys who carry someone else's mantle can never be called great people. Erdogan is already scared of what he has done, becasue he definitely shouldn't have done that
The 11/13 events in Paris were immediately ascribed to ISIS and French President Hollande wasted no time in announcing he would bomb ISIS in Syria. Ten days later the ISIS ally Turkey shoots down a Russian airplane that was bombing ISIS
In the aftermath of last weekend's bloodbath where alleged ISIS terrorists slaughtered 129 innocent French civilians while injuring and maiming hundreds more on a terror filled Friday night in and around Paris, President Francois Hollande, declared three days of national mourning.
The Kremlin will respond to Turkey's aggression against Russia, albeit not militarily. Russia's retaliation will manifest itself in tightening economic cooperation with Turkey. In addition, Russia may expose the information about Turkey's cooperation with Islamist terrorist groups. Russia will restrict imports of a variety of goods from Turkey