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PUTIN: ‘We Will Defend Our CSTO Allies, Including Armenia’

MOSCOW – Russian President Vladimir Putin called the ongoing military face-off in disputed Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh) “a tragedy” and indicated his willingness to honor Russia’s long-standing mutual defense treaty with Armenia, if the country required such help. Speaking to the Rossiya TV network, Putin noted that two million Azerbaijanis and over two million Armenians live in […]

MAJOR: Russia Issues Arrest Warrant Against Belarus’s Foreign-Backed Ex-Presidential Candidate

MOSCOW – An arrest warrant has been issued against foreign-backed former Belarusian presidential candidate Svetlana Tikhanovskaya on Russian territory, according to the Russian Interior Ministry database. “Warrant ground: criminal code clause,” according to the database, TASS reported. Meanwhile, a source in Russian law enforcement told TASS that the arrest warrant had been initially issued in […]

LUKASHENKO OUT! Germany Flexes its Imperial Muscle in Calls for Belarus Government to Step Down

BERLIN – German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas announced his readiness to introduce new sanctions against Belarus and personally threatened President Alexander Lukashenko with further tightening of punitive measures, as a consequence for his alleged handling and response to post-election protests. These protests have been financed by NGOs backed by the Open Societies foundations. Regarding the demands of […]

MAJOR: Tikhanovskaya Officially Admits US Promised to Prop up Belarus Opposition

MINSK/WASHINGTON, D.C. – Foreign-backed ex-Belarusian presidential candidate Svetlana Tikhanovskaya admitted in an interview with Fox News that US Assistant Secretary of State Stephen Biegun had vowed “to help Belarus“. “Biegun assured me that he, as a person, and the American people, will do their best to support us and to help us in this situation”, […]

Belarus in The Firing Line For a Colour Revolution

By Kit Knightly – Originally at OffGuardian – Published Aug 17, 2020 FRN Belarus had their presidential election last Sunday, and the incumbent Alexandr Lukashenko apparently won. This was evidently not supposed to happen, or in some other way counter to the Western world’s grand plan – because now we have a little colour revolution happening. […]