ussia has become a constant factor in the Middle East. When Russian troops started entering Syria, not everyone could understand that Russia was coming to the Middle East not only for the purpose to help the Assad regime. At the same time, many believed that it would not be possible to regulate the crisis in Syria without Russia
Russian Defence Minister Sergei Shoygu said during a ministerial meeting that Russia eliminated 35,000 militants during operations conducted by the Russian Air Force in Syria. The UN General Assembly adopted a resolution on 21 December to set up a mechanism to conduct investigations into incidents of war crimes in Syria
State Department spokesman John Kirby said during a regular press briefing in Washington that the United States was not losing its leadership in the regulation of the Syrian crisis at the time when Moscow, Tehran and Ankara were making the same steps in this direction
Palmyra was seized by Islamic State terrorists again on December 11. Up to 4,000 terrorists arrived from Raqqa to take the ancient Syrian city. The Syrian troops are trying to liberate the city again. Why was Palmyra seized again? Was it Russia or Syria that made a mistake?
Why did the USA invade Syria and why did Russia have to interfere? Why does Russia protect Syria? It is an open secret now that Washington created the Islamic State and other terrorist groups in the Middle East, but the hotbed of international terrorism in the region is not actually the point here
Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye, is a song about the ravages of war. Johnathon Lighter states, "The song has often been supposed to be an anti-recruiting song and to have been written in Ireland in the late 18th or early 19th century, at the time of or in response to the Kandyan Wars.
Spokespeople for the Russian center for reconciliation of warring parties in Syria said that the area in the east of Aleppo, where more than 90,000 people live, was completely liberated from terrorists. At the same time, the current US administration is still trying to negotiate with Russia on the completion of the siege of Aleppo
Violent clashes with police took place last week in the north-west of Cameroon. Three people were killed after the local authorities tried to switch education and the legal system in English-speaking provinces into French language. Cameroon is ruled by the president, who spends ten months a year living in Switzerland
The Russian Defense Ministry has found evidence proving that ISIS terrorists use poisonous substances in Syria. According to the official spokesman for the department, Major-General Igor Konashenkov, a rapid identification of nine samples showed the presence of chlorine and white phosphorous in weapons
The Pentagon has acknowledged that as many as 64 civilians had been killed in Syria and Iraq as a result of US air raids. Five civilians were killed in the vicinity of Deir ez-Zor in Syria in November of 2015. On March 5, a US airstrike near Mosul killed ten civilians. Earlier, the US would persistently accuse Russia of civilians casualties
US nuclear-powered submarines with nuclear weapons, US aircraft carriers with nuclear weapons and US aircraft with nuclear weapons violate the regime of the nuclear-free zone in South Korea. Vladimir Putin said once that no one will touch a country if this country has a nuclear bomb. Can North Korea use its nuclear weapons?
Russian President Putin said at the meeting of the Valdai Club in Sochi that Washington has not been able to distinguish between terrorists and moderate opposition in Syria, despite many promises to do so. As a result, the truce was terminated, and the White House accuses the Kremlin of all mortal sins
In June of 2014, the world was amazed to see the Iraq army - armed and trained by the Americans - losing ground to the Islamic State. Fallujah, Ramadi and Iraq's second largest city, Mosul, fell within a month. The operation to liberate Mosul was launched on October 16. Will the city be liberated from ISIS terrorists?