The FRN Daily News Brief 2019-10-17

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This Daily FRN News Brief is a summary of 14, articles about Anglo-5, Eurasia, Headline-News, Mena, Politics, Syria, Turkey, United-States, Nato, China, Crime, Defense, Russia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Eu, Finance, Kosovo, Propaganda, Serbia, Donbass, Ukraine, Opinions, India, Latin-America, Venezuela, France-Eurasia, Scotland, United-Kingdom, Austria, Sweden.

Tags in this brief: Syria, Turkey, War, War Crimes, USA, China, Economy, Geopolitics, Russia, SDF, Syrian Army, Former Yugoslavia, NATO, Neocolonialism, Russian Aggression, Military Pension, War Invalids, Catholicism, Christianity, Greek, History, Latin, Orthodoxy, Slavic, India, Hypersonic, MIC, US, Military, Venezuela, France, Brexit, Scotland, UK, Nobel Literature Prize, Peter Handke.

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MAJOR: Turkish Forces Likely Use Chemical Weapons in Northern Syria

Published 2019-10-17 23:45:30 by Drago Bosnic in Anglo-5, Eurasia, Headline-News, Mena, Politics, Syria, Turkey, United-States

DAMASCUS – Scores of civilians in northern Syria were chemically injured in Turkish-led military operation against Kurdish militias on Wednesday in an incident that could push the conflict between Damascus and Ankara to another level. Several cases of people suffering from severe burns have arrived in Hasaka Hospital from Ras al-Ain as it is more likely that the injury resulted from being exposed to mysterious chemical substances, official news agency SANA reported. Local sources claimed that several cases of people with severe burns due to the Turkish shelling on Ras al-Ain city, north of Hasaka, on Wednesday evening arrived in… Continue ->

Tags: Syria, Turkey, War, War Crimes

US Warplanes Bomb Their Own Base in Syria; Avoiding Embarrassment or Destroying Evidence?

Published 2019-10-17 23:25:57 by Drago Bosnic in Anglo-5, Headline-News, Mena, Nato, Politics, Syria, United-States

Raqqa, Syria – US-led troops have left the Syrian towns of Raqqa, Tabqa, as well as the Lafarge cement factory as part of Washington’s decision to withdraw troops from northeast Syria, according to a statement by the Pentagon, while Washington carried out an air raid, allegedly to destroy an ammunition cache and military equipment that left behind. Coalition Spokesman Colonel Myles B. Caggins said on Twitter on Wednesday “Coalition forces continue a deliberate withdrawal from northeast Syria”, adding that “On October 16, we vacated the Lafarge Cement Factory, Raqqa, and Tabqa”. Hours earlier, the Syrian government forces had entered Raqqa… Continue ->

Tags: Syria, USA, War

Two Americans Detained in China Released on Bail

Published 2019-10-17 23:05:19 by Drago Bosnic in Anglo-5, China, Crime, Eurasia, Headline-News, Politics, United-States

BEIJING – China announced the two US citizens placed under criminal detention in September have been released on bail and are awaiting trial on charges of illegally moving people across country borders. Jacob Harlan and Alyssa Petersen were detained in Jiangsu province last month, their Idaho-based company China Horizons said on its Facebook page, Al-Jazeera reported. A page set up to raise money for Petersen’s legal fees says she was formally charged with “illegally moving people across borders”. The detentions come amid diplomatic and trade tensions between China and the United States. “We are aware of the detention of two US… Continue ->

Tags: China, Economy, Geopolitics, USA

MAJOR: Another Syrian Victory as SAA Enters Kobani

Published 2019-10-17 22:45:09 by Drago Bosnic in Defense, Eurasia, Headline-News, Mena, Nato, Russia, Syria, Turkey

DAMASCUS – Syrian government troops accompanied by Russian forces entered the city of Ein Al-Arab (Kobani). The Syrian Army went into the strategic town, where Kurdish militias were stationed. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights had earlier announced that Russian forces have crossed the Euphrates River in northern Syria and reached areas outside Kobani, pushing eastward with Kurdish militias. The arrival in Kobani comes after a deal was cut between Kurdish militias, who control the city, and Damascus to deploy the Syrian Army to border areas to help fend off the Turkish offensive into the northern part of the war-torn… Continue ->

Tags: Russia, SDF, Syria, Syrian Army, Turkey, War

ACCIDENT OR ESPIONAGE? Russian Police Remove 3 US Diplomats from Train for Traveling Through Restricted Area

Published 2019-10-17 22:25:45 by Drago Bosnic in Anglo-5, Eurasia, Headline-News, Nato, Politics, Russia, United-States

MOSCOW – US diplomats have been removed from a train while traveling through a restricted area in Russia, which houses major military sites for the Russian Navy. Moscow confirmed they were on an official visit, but ended up in a wrong place. The Americans were traveling from the northern town of Nenoksa to Severodvinsk on Monday, it has been reported. The diplomats are said to include a US naval attaché and two other military attachés, RT reported. As one could have already been bracing for a spy thriller, the US embassy confirmed the incident. Yet, it brushed off allegations that… Continue ->

Tags: Geopolitics, Russia, USA

The Matrix of Anti-Russian Hysteria in the Balkans

Published 2019-10-17 22:07:42 by Guest Author in Anglo-5, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Eu, Eurasia, Finance, Headline-News, Kosovo, Nato, Politics, Propaganda, Russia, Serbia, United-States

By Vladimir Gujanicic – Over the last couple of years we are witnessing anti-Russian hysteria in the Balkans, where Russia is allegedly involved in various coup attempts (Montenegro), assassinations (Azem Vlasi) or the destruction of the SFRY (General Grahovac). All of these alleged “attempts” by Russia always end unsuccessfully, with failed assassinations, coups or conspiracies discovered. Paradoxically, it is always the marginal second-rate politicians or states that are “targeted”. The Russian services, on the other hand, have been accused of poisoning their former agents with polonium by breaking through the defense rings of one of Britain’s best intelligence services, but… Continue ->

Tags: Former Yugoslavia, NATO, Neocolonialism, Russian Aggression, USA

Ex MP tells Ukrainian youth not to go fight

Published 2019-10-17 19:35:48 by Tom Winter in Donbass, Eurasia, Headline-News, Ukraine

RiaFan Alexey Zhuravko, ex-deputy of the Rada, urges Ukrainians to refuse to participate in the hostilities in the Donbass, because the money Kiev pays for it is not worth the lives and health. “You get yourself crippled or maimed, come back armless, legless, useless to anyone, and the state will not help you,” the politician said in his video message circulated on the social network Being an invalid with a first-class disability since childhood, Alexey Zhuravko knows how the former Ukraine, before the coup in 2014, helped people with disabilities. “The state helped me with prosthetics, it gave me everything… Continue ->

Tags: Military Pension, War Invalids

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Orthodoxy and the Multipolar World

Published 2019-10-17 16:41:06 by Denis Churilov in Eurasia, Headline-News, Opinions, Russia

Back in the Middle Ages, Christianity was playing a major role in spreading literacy and knowledge. Interestingly, during the 11th century East-West Schism, when Christianity was being split into what is now known as the Eastern Orthodox Church and the Catholic Church, one of the theologian disagreements between two churches, apart from disputes over the procession of the Holy Spirit, was whether the holy texts should be translated into other languages. The Western view was that all the holy texts should remain written in the original languages they were passed on in, namely old Hebrew, Aramaic, Biblical Greek and.. Latin,… Continue ->

Tags: Catholicism, Christianity, Greek, History, Latin, Orthodoxy, Slavic

Indian fighters perform maneuvers to be ready in case of war with China

Published 2019-10-17 16:29:30 by Paul Antonopoulos in China, Eurasia, Headline-News, India

NEW DELHI – Indian military personnel have been performing high-level exercises in the Himalayas near the Royal Control Line (LAC). The frequency of these exercises has increased following reports of a military reinforcement by China since the Doklam clash in 2017. LAC is the de facto border between India and China. Indian Air Force Eastern Command (IAF) has announced important exercises at aerodromes near the Chinese border to remain in combat readiness in case of conflict. The IAF deployed its flagship Su-30MKI fighter, among others, during the exercises, the Defense Ministry said on Wednesday. The exercise will take place in… Continue ->

Tags: China, India

Military Industrial Complex Reveals Major Problem in US Hypersonic Weapon Development

Published 2019-10-17 15:25:55 by Paul Antonopoulos in Anglo-5, Headline-News, United-States

WASHINGTON DC – Lockheed Martin has revealed the main problem for the development of its hypersonic weapons. Technology to make missiles fly at five times the speed of sound would not be a major problem in the development and deployment of hypersonic weapons in the United States. Eric Scherff, a leading industrial experts in hypersonic technology from Lockheed Martin, said the most important challenge to produce and integrate hypersonic weapons of mass would be linked to the supply chain required for these weapons are built in large quantities to the Pentagon, quotes Breaking Defense. Lockheed Martin, for its part, says… Continue ->

Tags: Hypersonic, MIC, US

Russia says it is ready to help Venezuela defend its sovereignty

Published 2019-10-17 14:23:31 by Paul Antonopoulos in Eurasia, Headline-News, Latin-America, Russia, Venezuela

MOSCOW – The president of the lower house of the Russian Parliament has said that Russia is ready to “reach out” to Venezuela to defend its sovereignty. During the meeting in Moscow with Diosdado Cabello, president of the Venezuelan Constituent Assembly, President of the State Duma Vyacheslav Volodin declared Russia’s support for the South American country. According to the Russian senior official, Moscow considers it unacceptable for Washington to try to impose its will by interfering with Venezuelan internal affairs and trying, by illegal means, to “put its puppets in power” in Venezuela. “In this context, I would like to… Continue ->

Tags: Military, Russia, Venezuela

French troops at risk of being surrounded in Syria

Published 2019-10-17 13:20:50 by Paul Antonopoulos in Eurasia, France-Eurasia, Headline-News, Mena, Syria, Turkey

PARIS – French General Dominique Trinquand analyzed the situation of his country’s troops present in Syria. Since the beginning of the Syrian civil war, the conflict has been marked by the presence and operations of various foreign forces. Among these forces are French troops, in a new chapter of Paris’s historical interest in Syria. During the civil war, France supported opponents of the Assad government. With the recent start of the Turkish operation Fountain of Peace, France has joined the group of countries that criticize Ankara’s activity in Syria. Commenting on the situation of French forces in Syria in an… Continue ->

Tags: France, Syria, Turkey

Scotland Edges Closer to Independence Amid Brexit Chaos

Published 2019-10-17 12:02:19 by Guest Author in Anglo-5, Headline-News, Scotland, United-Kingdom

Johanna Ross, journalist Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced on Sunday that she would be setting a date for a second referendum on Scottish independence within ‘a matter of weeks’. Speaking on the BBC’s Andrew Marr show she said that she would seek a section 30 order this year, after the latest poll on Scottish independence revealed support is now as high as 50 percent – a five-point increase in the same poll carried out last year. Momentum for a second vote on Scottish independence has been building steadily since the Brexit vote in June 2016, as Scots voted to… Continue ->

Tags: Brexit, Scotland, UK

MAJOR: Nobel Prize Finally Goes To Someone Who Actually Deserved It – The GREAT Peter Handke (VIDEO)

Published 2019-10-17 00:35:33 by Drago Bosnic in Austria, Eurasia, Headline-News, Serbia, Sweden

STOCKHOLM – The Nobel Prize Committee in Stockholm announced the awarding of two Literature Prizes simultaneously: the Polish writer and poet Olga Tokarczuk receives the prize for 2018, as she missed it last year; this year’s prize goes to Austrian playwright, the great Peter Handke. The Austrian immediately found himself in the middle of an unprecedented attack associated with him getting the Literature Nobel Prize. The reason for attacks against one of the greatest living authors and one of the most prolific writers in modern history is quite controversial, to say the least. During the 1990s, which was a time… Continue ->

Tags: Nobel Literature Prize, Peter Handke

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