The FRN Daily News Brief 2020-03-10

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This Daily FRN News Brief is a summary of 9, articles about Afghanistan, Anglo-5, Defense, Eurasia, Headline-News, Nato, United-States, Isis, Libya, Mena, Politics, Syria, Turkey, Chemical-Weapons, Cia, United-Kingdom, Serbia, Donbass, Lugansk, Russia, Ukraine, Poland, Science.

Tags in this brief: Afghanistan, USA, War, Geopolitics, Libya, Neo-Ottomanism, Syria, Terrorism, Turkey, War Crimes, Coronavirus, Covid19, Derivatives, LaRouche, Lincoln, Market Collapse, Physical Economy, China, Iran, Migration, Vucic, WHO, Donbass, DPR, Lpr, Ceasefire, Kabul, Mujahid, Peace, Taliban, US Occupation, Gazprom, Ivanov, Naftogaz, Nord Stream 2, Auschwitz, Hitler, Putin, Stalin, Zelensky, Education, Russia, Science, St Petersburg.

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US Starts Pulling Troops Out Afghanistan

Published 2020-03-10 23:10:41 by Drago Bosnic in Afghanistan, Anglo-5, Defense, Eurasia, Headline-News, Nato, United-States

WASHINGTON, D.C. – US troops began their initial troop withdrawal as part of the US-Taliban peace agreement, with hundreds of soldiers leaving the country on Monday with no plans for replacements. Speaking to The Associated Press on the condition of anonymity, a US official confirmed the beginning of the withdrawal process, with plans to drop the number of US troops in the country from 13,000 to 8,600. Later, US Forces Afghanistan confirmed that the highly anticipated drawdown of US forces in Afghanistan has begun. “In accordance with the US-Islamic Republic of Afghanistan Joint Declaration and the US-Taliban Agreement, US Forces… Continue ->

Tags: Afghanistan, USA, War


An Estimated 85,000 Turkish-Backed Terrorists are Fighting in Syria and Libya, While Thousands are in Terrorist Training Camps in Turkey

Published 2020-03-10 22:53:33 by Drago Bosnic in Eurasia, Headline-News, Isis, Libya, Mena, Nato, Politics, Syria, Turkey

ANKARA – According to data collected by sources from the battlefields in Syria and Libya and given to Press TV, there are roughly 85,000 terrorists who enjoy Turkey’s support. Of this number, some 38,500 terrorists are operating under the banner of the National Front for Liberation, which is a coalition of 15 factions, and include the Sham Legion and Ahrar al-Sham. Almost 5,000 of these are in Libya. Syria Terrorists are scattered in the northern countryside of the provinces of Hama and Latakia as well as the western, northern and southern countryside of Aleppo, and the eastern, northern and southern… Continue ->

Tags: Geopolitics, Libya, Neo-Ottomanism, Syria, Terrorism, Turkey, War Crimes


Why the Coming Economic Collapse Won’t be Caused by Coronavirus PART 2

Published 2020-03-10 16:37:46 by Matthew Ehret in Anglo-5, Chemical-Weapons, Cia, Headline-News, United-Kingdom, United-States

This Thursday, the markets took a 1000 point hit which was more than a little startling for many investors since the last 1000 point fall only happened three days prior… all in all bringing the financial markets to lows not seen since April 2008, and veering dangerously close to a precipice which has 1929 written all over it. Across the internet, panicky discussion has erupted over whether this foretells another 1987 collapse as Donald Trump warned, or something more akin to Black Tuesday of 1929. Others have pondered whether this is more similar to a 1923 Weimar hyperinflation where Germans… Continue ->

Tags: Coronavirus, Covid19, Derivatives, LaRouche, Lincoln, Market Collapse, Physical Economy


Vučić praises Serbia’s readiness to resist Migration and Coronavirus

Published 2020-03-10 14:18:15 by Guest Author in Eurasia, Headline-News, Serbia

By Kirill Borschev Commenting on the situation with the migration crisis in Europe, Serbian President Alexander Vučić said that, if necessary, he was ready to issue an order from the army and the police in order to protect the security of the country and its citizens. “People need not worry. We will be ready physically and technically. Our army and police will be ready to take appropriate measures. If Serbia’s security is in jeopardy, I’ll give an order at any time ,  ” said Alexander Vucic on KCN. At the same time, he denied rumors about plans to create refugee camps on the territory of Serbia,… Continue ->

Tags: China, Coronavirus, Iran, Migration, Vucic, WHO


Former Ukrainian spy says Ukraine lost Donbas war

Published 2020-03-10 13:39:31 by Guest Author in Donbass, Eurasia, Headline-News, Lugansk, Russia, Ukraine

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By Christelle None “Journalist” and former Ukrainian spy Stanislav Aseyev, who was convicted in the Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) for his espionage activities , said that the Donbass is unlikely to return to Ukrainian control and that the war in the region is lost. He made these comments during an interview with the Ukrainian channel 5 . Aseyev, spy under cover of journalist The arrest of Stanislav Aseyev in the summer of 2017 had caused a scandal, several organizations such as Amnesty, HRW and the OSCE condemning the fact that the DPR had arrested this “journalist”. The problem is that unlike Ukraine where journalists are… Continue ->

Tags: Donbass, DPR, Lpr, War


Taliban: We are ready to END WAR if Kabul starts inter-Afghan talks:

Published 2020-03-10 12:36:47 by Guest Author in Afghanistan, Eurasia, Headline-News, United-States

TEHRAN, Mar. 10 (MNA) – The Taliban spokesman, Zabihullah Mujahid says that ‘jihad’ with the Afghanistan government is a must unless they, like the Americans, are willing to resolve issues through negotiations. “According to a peace agreement signed between Taliban and US officials, US troops have six months to leave Afghanistan. But the Taliban will continue to its jihad with American puppets,” Mujahid told MNA about the group’s recent agreement with the United States. Asked why the Taliban have stopped attacks on US forces but continues attacking Afghan forces, Mujahid said “Jihad in Afghanistan needs great care; we give Americans… Continue ->

Tags: Ceasefire, Kabul, Mujahid, Peace, Taliban, US Occupation


Ivanov: Ukraine Will Soon Return to the Russian Sphere

Published 2020-03-10 12:19:04 by Guest Author in Eurasia, Headline-News, Russia, Ukraine

By Andrey Vasiliev Providing Ukrainian consumers with Russian gas has entered the final stage. If local gas companies fail to agree, Kiev will face a collapse. Ukraine will be forced to return to the “Russian orbit”, because it will not be accepted anywhere else, and there is really nowhere to go. This opinion was expressed by political analyst Andrei Ivanov. Kiev company Kievgaz does not want to sign a contract with the Ukrainian GTS Operator. This information came from the press service of the latter. It says that gas workers in the capital have sabotaged the signing of the agreement for more… Continue ->

Tags: Gazprom, Ivanov, Naftogaz, Nord Stream 2


‘BULLSH!T’ – Putin SLAMS Zelensky’s Comparison of Stalin to Hitler

Published 2020-03-10 11:43:05 by Joaquin Flores in Eurasia, Headline-News, Poland, Russia, Ukraine

Russian President Vladimir Putin said the words of his Ukrainian counterpart Vladimir Zelensky during his visit to Poland were ‘bullshit’. “You see, these are far-sighted people who do not know how to read, write. ” Dealing with all the garbage in the European Parliament about the identical responsibility of Hitler and Stalin. It’s just bullshit. “It is necessary to look at the chronology of the development of events […] how this all happened. Who and what for were documents signed with Hitler. By the way, Stalin, no matter how he is treated, he is a tyrant there and so on,… Continue ->

Tags: Auschwitz, Hitler, Putin, Stalin, Zelensky


The World-Class Saint Petersburg University, Labor Forum and More

Published 2020-03-10 01:10:59 by Guest Author in Eurasia, Headline-News, Russia, Science

By Arthur Evans – St. Petersburg is rightfully called one of the most beautiful cities in the world. The first encounter with the city is breathtaking, especially for people who like cities filled with classical buildings and history. Wide streets, a mix of Soviet-era buildings and classical buildings from Imperial Russia, as well as the fresh air of the sea. It was the first impression of Petrograd. There are no small things in Russia, as massive buildings are the characteristic of this great nation. A visit to the Labor Forum, one of the largest in the world, made an impressive sight…. Continue ->

Tags: Education, Russia, Science, St Petersburg


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