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Baghdad’s Military Crushes Kurds – Veterans Today

“The only hope,” according to the analyst, “is that the West and the US can pressure Baghdad not to take even more steps, and to perhaps broker negotiations between Baghdad and Erbil to come to some sort of concessions or agreement.” Might Makes Right? Ultimately, van Wilgenburg emphasized that perhaps the main thing to remember in the Baghdad-Iraqi Kurdistan diplomatic conflict is politics is […]

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Erdogan’s lack of sleep becomes a very serious problem to many – Veterans Today

DMITRIY SUDAKOV Turkish President Recep Erdogan suffers from sleep deprivation. This became apparent in Kiev, during his joint press conference with Petro Poroshenko. There are a few reasons, which may make the Turkish leader give way to depression. The whole world has seen the video of the Turkish president yawning, closing his eyes and taking  a nap […]

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Russia’s space agency to create near-Moon platform jointly with NASA – Veterans Today

MOSCOW /TASS/. The Deep Space Gateway joint lunar program with NASA is intended to create a near-Moon platform in 2024-2026, Russia’s State Space Corporation Roscosmos Head Igor Komarov told TASS on Wednesday. Russia develops new scheme of manned flight to Moon “The program is designed to create a near-Moon platform in 2024-2026. We have principally […]

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Mysterious ‘Planet 9’: Is this the smoking gun? – Veterans Today

The furore surrounding the solar system’s theoretical ‘Planet 9’ reached new heights after a University of Michigan researcher discovered evidence that may shed light on the existence of the elusive world beyond Neptune. Some researchers believe that ‘Planet 9’ exists because of the way certain space phenomena, known as Trans-Neptunian Objects (TNOs), behave. Conspiracy theorists, […]

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Invading North Korea…? – Veterans Today

…by Christopher Kelly for Veterans Today   The first, though unstated, rule of American foreign policy since World War II has been…”DON’T START WORLD WAR III”.  Judged by this admittedly low bar, every occupant of the White House from Truman to Obama has succeeded.  JFK came the closest to failing with the 1962 Cuban Missile […]

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Netanyahu says Israel won’t allow Iran military presence in Syria – Veterans Today

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has held talks with the Russian defense minister in East Jerusalem al-Quds, saying Tel Aviv will not allow Iran to establish a military presence in Syria. “The meeting mostly dealt with Iran’s attempt to establish itself militarily in Syria,” Netanyahu’s office said in a statement on Tuesday. “Prime Minister Netanyahu […]

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Washington’s face-saving by shifting goalposts in Syria – Veterans Today

By Nauman Sadiq for Veterans Today In order to simplify the Syrian theater of proxy wars, it can be divided into three separate and distinct zones of influence: that are, the Syrian government-controlled areas, the regions administered by the Syrian Kurds and the areas occupied by the Syrian opposition. Excluding Idlib in northwestern Syria, which […]

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