The escalation is "long feared" not because the Turkish government actually fears that Russian warplanes crossing their border pose a threat to it or its people, but because Russia has ended NATO's proxy war, a proxy war spearheaded in part by Turkey itself, amid Russia's joint military operations with Syria against the self-proclaimed "Islamic...
New York - From parades to soccer matches, school debates, and the lighting up of hundreds of iconic monuments, starting tomorrow a United Nations call to "Orange the World" will galvanize global action calling for an end to violence against women and girls, which affects one in three worldwide.
The Russian plane, Su-24 bomber, that crashed in Syria near the border with Turkey has become the inevitable price that Russia had to pay for its political goals by taking part in the operations against armed terrorists in Syria
Vladimir Putin has commented on the attack on the Russian Su-24 bomber aircraft that was shot down above Syria by the Turkish Air Force. Putin said said that the Russian plane was shot down by Turkish fighter aircraft. Putin described the actions of the Turkish authorities as a "stab in the back" from "supporters of terrorists"
NATO attacks Russia! What was going through the minds of the Turkish military hierarchy when they gave the order to destroy the target they say was flying over their airspace is difficult to fathom, but then what to expect from a country which perpetrated the Armenian Genocide then denied it? Was the objective to halt the anti-terrorist operation?
A Russian warplane crashed in Syria near the border with Syria, According to the Russian Defense Ministry, it was a Su-24 jet. The bomber airplane, Russian officials said, was flying above the territory of Syria during its entire flight time. The pilots elected as the aircraft was falling. One of was was reportedly killed
My new essay is devoted to the Russian altruism, supported with facts and links. I'm sick and tired of hearing these two words - 'Russian Aggressor.' To all mocking skeptics, who doubt an ethical account, please get off this page and stop reading it. Your Russophobe brains won't comprehend this, anyway!
In the final round of the Argentine presidential election yesterday the new president Mauricio Macri, Mayor of the City of Buenos Aires, won by less than two points. He won 51.4% against 48.6% won by Daniel Scioli. A new political force comes into being in Latin America.