The FRN Daily News Brief 2019-08-16


This Daily FRN News Brief is a summary of 8, articles about Bolivia, Eurasia, Headline-News, Latin-America, South-Korea, Science, Brazil, China, Defense, Russia, Mena, Syria, Anglo-5, Color-Revolution, Democracy, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Libya, Nato, Politics, Turkey, United-States, Crime, Eu, Kosovo, Serbia, News.

Tags in this brief: Bolivia, Morales, Asteroid, Earth, Space, Agriculture, Brazil, China, Soy, Okhotnik, Russia, Idlib, Syria, Erdogan, Geopolitics, International Relations, Israel, Libya, NATO, Turkey, USA, Albanian Terrorism, Kosovo And Metohija, Mass Rape, Serbia, War, War Crimes, Expelled Diplomats., Skripals.

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WHAT?! South Korean Evangelical pastor joins Bolivia’s presidential race to try and topple Morales

Published 2019-08-16 20:00:40 by Paul Antonopoulos in Bolivia, Eurasia, Headline-News, Latin-America, South-Korea

LA PAZ – South Korean Evangelical Pastor Chi Hyun Chung is the newest name in Bolivia’s presidential election. He will try to prevent current President Evo Morales from securing his third consecutive reelection on October 20 this year. “He is a new candidate, as people want, to start building a new democratic Bolivia,” said Luis Ayllón, chairman of the Chi Party, the Christian Democratic Party. The current pastor and presidential candidate arrived in Bolivia in 1992 at the age of 12 and is a doctor at local universities. He will be the second Asian presidential candidate in the country’s history… Continue ->

Tags: Bolivia, Morales

NASA monitors asteroid that could cause chaos on Earth in 2020

Published 2019-08-16 17:30:29 by Paul Antonopoulos in Headline-News, Science

A huge asteroid may be on a collision course with our planet, which could cause great chaos due to its size. NASA is monitoring the 1998 OR2, a deadly asteroid that could collide with Earth in April 2020. The Center for Near Earth Object Studies (CNEOS) revealed that asteroid 1998 OR2 has a diameter of 4 kilometers and is expected to fly over Earth on April 29, 2020, as shown in the tabloid Express. According to the data, the asteroid will be at a distance of approximately 0.04205 astronomical units or about 6.3 million kilometers from our planet. Despite being… Continue ->

Tags: Asteroid, Earth, Space

WHO NEEDS THE US? China boosts soy imports from Brazil amid tensions with Washington

Published 2019-08-16 16:30:13 by Paul Antonopoulos in Brazil, China, Eurasia, Headline-News, Latin-America

BEIJING – China placed a large order for Brazilian soybeans this week, choosing Brazil to fill the supply gap after stopping US purchases. According to sources familiar with the situation, Chinese companies have already imported between 25 and 30 loads of soybeans this week, equivalent to about 1.5 million-2 million tons. Buyers are increasingly looking for Brazilian soybeans, and have not yet bought enough to meet their needs for October, according to sources quoted by Bloomberg, who asked not to be identified as it is a private business. China halted US soybean imports as tensions between Beijing and Washington increased… Continue ->

Tags: Agriculture, Brazil, China, Soy

Brand new Russian military drone Okhotnik flies for the first time on the hunting side (VIDEO)

Published 2019-08-16 15:30:15 by Paul Antonopoulos in Defense, Eurasia, Headline-News, Russia

MOSCOW – Unmanned aircraft made its first flight accompanied by a Russian Su-30SM fighter. In the video you can see the maneuvers that Okhotnik can do. The Russian Ministry of Defense released a video in which the newest Russian military drone Okhotnik flies alongside a Su-30SM fighter. The first Okhotnik flight took place earlier this month. The flight lasted over 20 minutes and reached an altitude of about 600 meters. After that, the Russian Ministry of Defense published a 1:15 minute video in which the aircraft, number 071, travels the runway and takes off. Okhotnik flies without catching its… Continue ->

Tags: Okhotnik, Russia

Terrorist attempt to attack Syrian, Russian positions but completely fail

Published 2019-08-16 14:33:18 by Paul Antonopoulos in Headline-News, Mena, Syria

KHEIMEMIM – Russian military personnel reported 35 attacks by militants in the Syrian provinces of Aleppo and Latakia in the Idlib descaling zone last Wednesday, Major General Aleksei Bakin, head of the Russian Center for Reconciliation in Syria, said. “Thirty-five bombing incidents were reported on August 14,” Bakin said on Thursday, stressing that illegal armed groups continue to violate the ceasefire regime in the Idlib de-escalation zone. According to the official, militants reportedly attacked eight settlements in Aleppo province and another 15 in Latakia. Meanwhile, Syrian air defense units repelled a missile attack near the town of Masyaf in western… Continue ->

Tags: Idlib, Syria

Erdogan: Bluffer or Potentate?

Published 2019-08-16 10:15:15 by Guest Author in Anglo-5, Color-Revolution, Defense, Democracy, Eurasia, Headline-News, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Libya, Mena, Nato, Politics, Russia, Syria, Turkey, United-States

By Steve Brown – While the US concentrates on the crimes of its depraved political class, public exposure and the bright light thrown on their heinous crimes seems to have provided a window to get real work done, opposing corrupt US influence elsewhere, especially in Syria. Syrian security forces are making progress in cutting supply routes to terrorist-held regions, especially versus Jaysh al-Ahrar and Ahrar al Sham … (at least that is what they call themselves at this hour, their names could change next hour). But in light of the recent Hayat Tahrir al-Sham terror offensive in Idlib, the informed… Continue ->

Tags: Erdogan, Geopolitics, Idlib, International Relations, Israel, Libya, NATO, Russia, Syria, Turkey, USA

The suppressed truth – Tortured and Raped Serb Women ‘Deleted’ By So Called Kosovo (i.e. Albanian) and International Law (WARNING, VERY DISTURBING IMAGES)

Published 2019-08-16 09:15:15 by Guest Author in Crime, Eu, Eurasia, Headline-News, Kosovo, Serbia

By Grey Carter – Representatives of Serb organizations in Kosovo have warned that the provisions of a decree on the status and rights of veterans and victims of war and the accompanying strategy, which Kosovo’s assembly should vote on soon, are discriminatory and against any common sense. According to Vesti, Serbian daily based in Frankfurt, the Serb officials pointed out that those provisions  predict the status of  war victim should be recognized only for the period between February 27, 1998, and June 20, 1999, when the NATO and Albanian aggression in Kosovo-Metohija ended after the Province was handed over to… Continue ->

Tags: Albanian Terrorism, Kosovo And Metohija, Mass Rape, Serbia, War, War Crimes

All quiet on the Skripal Front; “highly likely” still passing for evidence

Published 2019-08-16 02:26:38 by Tom Winter in Anglo-5, News, Russia, United-States

All Quiet on the Skripal Front Buried away in a timeline of “What we know about the Skripal Poisoning” theBBC noted  in October, 2018: “Ms Skripal was released from hospital on 9 April and her father was discharged on 18 May. Both were taken to a secure location.” Where? Have they been given new identities and new lives, as in the American “witness protection program”? One way or another, they have been shelved, or even silenced. Except for the fallout — which still abides — all has been quiet for more than a year.  The worldwide impact was historic, and… Continue ->

Tags: Expelled Diplomats., Skripals

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