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    A Soviet Spy Who saved The “Big Three” at the Tehran Conference was 19 years old at the time!
    Mar20

    A Soviet Spy Who saved The “Big Three” at the Tehran Conference was 19 years old at the time!

    During the spy games of WWII, the result of the war was hanging by a thread. Gevorg Vartanian, a young Armenian who joined the Soviet intelligence circle through his father, proved to be a valuable asset, even when he was 16 years old. Vartanian’s father posed as a rich Persian merchant in Tehran for 23 years, having moved there in 1930...

    Will Turkey be added to European list of undemocratic countries?
    Mar10

    Will Turkey be added to European list of undemocratic countries?

    In a further blow to Turkey’s spotty global image, the Monitoring Committee of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) called March 8 for Turkey to come under its formal scrutiny, a status reserved for members that are deemed to be backsliding on democracy. Nine countries, including Armenia, Azerbaijan, Ukraine and Russia...

    Foreign Minister Gabriel on the situation in the FYROM and the name dispute
    Mar03

    Foreign Minister Gabriel on the situation in the FYROM and the name dispute

    Speaking on the margins of his visit to Ukraine, Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel issued a statement on the situation in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM). The escalation of the political situation in the FYROM is very alarming. The political stagnation threatens to set the country further back on its path to integration with the...

    Russia’s U.N. envoy Churkin dies suddenly in New York
    Feb21

    Russia’s U.N. envoy Churkin dies suddenly in New York

    Russia’s combative ambassador to the United Nations, Vitaly Churkin, died suddenly in New York on Monday after being taken ill at work, the Russian Foreign Ministry said. The ministry gave no details on the circumstances of his death but offered condolences to his relatives and said the diplomat had died one day before his 65th birthday. It...

    Battle of the Nations: Real medieval warfare games! (video-photos)
    Feb15

    Battle of the Nations: Real medieval warfare games! (video-photos)

    If you are fit, enjoy physical contact sports, but above all are a diehard fan of the medieval era, then this sport is for you. Once a year a medieval style combat tournament takes place in a castle in Europe, which means long swords, full body armour and shields! The Battle of the Nations (BN), as it is called was first held in 2009 in the city...

    Turkey monitors Greeks and citizens from 38 countries!
    Feb15

    Turkey monitors Greeks and citizens from 38 countries!

    According to various sources,the Turkish intelligence service MIT has agents and informers in Greece as well as 38 other countries. Their main objective is to find information about Turkish citizens as well as Turks with dual nationality, hence citizens of other countries, regarding their possible connections with the Gulen movement and the...

    Turkey to produce long-range missiles in light of its nuclear ambitions
    Feb07

    Turkey to produce long-range missiles in light of its nuclear ambitions

    According to the country’s procurement office, Turkey’s state-controlled missile-maker Roketsan is developing a long-range ground-to-ground missile and weapons system. The Undersecretariat for Defense Industries, or SSM, said that “deliveries continue on in line with the program’s timetable.” However, it is still unclear if...

    Are these the scariest places? (one in Greece) (photos)
    Feb06

    Are these the scariest places? (one in Greece) (photos)

    “Door to Hell” – Derweze, Turkmenistan A natural gas field that Soviet engineers tried to burn off in 1971 has been burning constantly since then, and doesn’t appear that it will ever stop. When the Devil comes to Earth, it’ll probably be through here. The Island of the Dolls – Mexico This tiny island near Mexico City was inhabited by...

    Erik Prince’s mercenaries are bombing Libya
    Jan17

    Erik Prince’s mercenaries are bombing Libya

    On Jan. 11, 2017, Intelligence Online — a professional journal covering the world’s intelligence services — revealed that the pilots of Air Tractor attack planes flying from Al Khadim air base in Libya are private contractors working for Erik Prince, the founder of the company formerly known as Blackwater. War Is Boring’s own sources...

    300 US marines land in Norway
    Jan16

    300 US marines land in Norway

    Some 300 US Marines arrived in Norway on Monday for a rotational deployment in the Scandinavian country, to neighbouring Russia’s dismay amid rising tensions with the West. Officials played down any link between the operation and NATO concerns over Russia, but the deployment coincides with the U.S. sending several thousand troops to Poland...

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