This Daily FRN News Brief is a summary of 8, articles about Anglo-5, Cia, Defense, Headline-News, Satire, United-Kingdom, United-States, Eurasia, Greece-Eurasia, Turkey, Mena, Russia, Syria, China, Eu, Finance, Germany, Politics, Iran, Israel, Democracy.
Tags in this brief: Border, Crisis, Erdogan, Eu, Migration, Refugee, De-Escalation Zone, Idlib, Sochi Agreement, Terrorism, Economy, Internationalism, Investment, Rebuilding, Technology, China, Geopolitics, Huawei, USA, IAEA, Nuclear, FSA, ISIS, Putin, Sarakib, War, Politics, Russia.
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Table of Contents
- The Multipolar Alliance Induces Rumpelstiltskin’s Self-Destruction
- MAJOR: Turkish Police Fire Tear Gas on Greek Police as Migrant Crisis Returns
- RUSSIAN MOD: Turkey has Broken Sochi Agreement, Supports Terrorism in Syria
- Syria & China sign economic and technical cooperation agreement
- Huawei Official: ‘US Can’t Afford to Work Without Huawei’
- Iran Rejects Illegal Demands from IAEA to Inspect – Cites U.S-Israeli Interference
- MAJOR: Turkish Forces attack Russian Positions in Idlib
- United and Indivisible Russia, Preparing to Adopt a Conservative Constitution?
Published 2020-03-04 19:26:44 by Matthew Ehret in Anglo-5, Cia, Defense, Headline-News, Satire, United-Kingdom, United-States
There are several versions of the old German folk tale of Rumpelstiltskin. The story begins with greedy king who is told by a foolish old miller that a young girl (the miller’s daughter) had the ability to spin hay into gold. When the poor girl is locked into a tower with bales of straw, a loom and orders to transform it all into gold under threat of death, a magical imp appears out of thin air and they reach an agreement: He will use his magic to spin the hay into gold on the condition that the girl gives the… Continue ->
Published 2020-03-04 16:12:06 by Joaquin Flores in Eurasia, Greece-Eurasia, Headline-News, Turkey
ATHENS – Greek authorities report that the Turkish police used tear gas against Greece police located on the other side of the border, in order to get what are referred to as ‘Syrian refugees’, though already in Turkey for a number of years, into the EU. Greek law enforcement officials are said to have used tear gas and stun grenades against migrants from Turkey to Greece, the Associated Press reported on Wednesday. Skirmishes occurred near the border town of Kastanis. The number of migrants crossing the border of Turkey and Greece on Wednesday amounted to 135.8 thousand people, Anadolu agency… Continue ->
Tags: Border, Crisis, Erdogan, Eu, Migration, Refugee
Published 2020-03-04 15:36:40 by Guest Author in Eurasia, Headline-News, Mena, Russia, Syria, Turkey
MOSCOW [SANA] – The Russian Defense Ministry confirmed that the Turkish regime clearly violates Sochi Agreement reached with the Russian side, and continues to support and arm terrorist organizations in Idleb, noting that the Western allegations and accusations against the Syrian government are false. Russian Sputnik News Agency quoted the Russian Defense Ministry’s spokesman Igor Konashenkov as saying in a statement Wednesday, that “Western countries and the United Nations never care for the grave violations of Sochi Memorandum of 2018 regarding Idleb which have been committed by Turkey and the terrorist groups there which are represented in the increasing shelling… Continue ->
Tags: De-Escalation Zone, Idlib, Sochi Agreement, Terrorism
Published 2020-03-04 14:58:57 by Joaquin Flores in China, Eurasia, Headline-News, Mena, Syria
DAMASCUS, [SANA] – In the framework of the economic, scientific and technical cooperation between Syria and the People’s Republic of China, the two sides signed an economic and technical cooperation agreement on Wednesday according to which China will provide a grant for funding humanitarian needs in Syria According to the agreement, which was signed at International Planning and Cooperation Commission, China will provide a grant with a value of one million Chinese Yuan “USD 14 million” to the Syrian Government that will be used in funding most of the humanitarian needs which will be agreed upon later by the two… Continue ->
Tags: Economy, Internationalism, Investment, Rebuilding, Technology
Published 2020-03-04 14:48:08 by Drago Bosnic in Anglo-5, China, Eu, Eurasia, Finance, Germany, Headline-News, Politics, United-Kingdom, United-States
BEIJING/WASHINGTON, D.C. – In her article published by CNN on Friday, Joy Tan, Senior Vice President of public affairs at Huawei Technologies USA, claimed that Washington’s ongoing crackdown against the Chinese tech giant may damage the US push to roll out a 5G mobile network. She recalled that the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently greenlighted two steps which are aimed to prevent US customers from using Huawei’s technology. Earlier this week, the US Senate unanimously voted in favor of a bill that earmarks $1 billion for small telecom providers in a race to “rip and replace” equipment made by… Continue ->
Tags: China, Economy, Eu, Geopolitics, Huawei, USA
Published 2020-03-04 14:44:33 by Joaquin Flores in Headline-News, Iran, Israel, Mena, United-States
TEHRAN, Mar. 04 (MNA) – Iran’s permanent representative to the IAEA said the Agency’s request for clarification or access to additional locations based on unfounded claims does not oblige Iran to comply with the said request. “Unfortunately, once again, the United States and the Israeli regime are trying to disrupt the active and constructive cooperation and relations between the IAEA and Iran by pressuring the Agency to step outside its constitutional duties,” Kazem Gharibabadi, Iran’s permanent representative to Vienna-based international organizations, said in reaction to a recent report by the IAEA. In a report released on Tuesday, the IAEA repeated… Continue ->
Tags: IAEA, Nuclear
Published 2020-03-04 14:27:10 by Joaquin Flores in Eurasia, Headline-News, Russia, Turkey
SYRIA – Late on March 3rd were confirmed attacks by the Turkish army in the area where the Russian military was located in the city of Sarakib in the east of Idlib province. The Russian Ministry of Defense has not spoken to this, although on Wednesday morning its official representative, Major General Igor Konashenkov, announced the merger of the Turkish “observation posts” in the Idlib de-escalation zone with the terrorist groups operating here . In the wee early hours of March 4th, these attacks continued on as Turkish artillery launched a further series of attacks on Sarakib, where Russian military police units were… Continue ->
Tags: Erdogan, FSA, Idlib, ISIS, Putin, Sarakib, War
Published 2020-03-04 13:12:12 by Guest Author in Democracy, Eurasia, Finance, Headline-News, Politics, Russia
By Arthur Evans – As the whole world prepares to fight the Coronavirus pandemic, constitutional reform is underway in Russia. In January, a committee met to make constitutional changes. Opponents of authorities in the Kremlin have come forward with the main argument that the goal of changes is to strengthen Vladimir Putin’s presidential power after his fourth term expires. However, constitutional reforms have far-reaching goals. The new constitution includes amendments related to the indivisibility of Russian territory, as well as greater refocusing to traditional values and guarantees of the welfare state. The new constitution should have a foothold in traditionalist… Continue ->
Tags: Economy, Politics, Russia
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