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    Death revisits France on Bastille Day
    Jul15

    Death revisits France on Bastille Day

    Nice // In its heart of hearts, France had a good idea something like the Nice massacre was bound to happen sooner or later.Atrocities in Madrid, London, Paris, Brussels and elsewhere in Europe in recent years, as well as in Lebanon, Iraq, Mali, Kenya, Bangladesh among so many locations targeted by terrorists, have produced a new state of painful...

    Death in France on Bastille Day
    Jul15

    Death in France on Bastille Day

    Nice // In its heart of hearts, France had a good idea something like the Nice massacre was bound to happen sooner or later.Atrocities in Madrid, London, Paris, Brussels and elsewhere in Europe in recent years, as well as in Lebanon, Iraq, Mali, Kenya, Bangladesh among so many locations targeted by terrorists, have produced a new state of painful...

    France’s national day turns into a day of grief as Tunisian rams lorry into crowds
    Jul15

    France’s national day turns into a day of grief as Tunisian rams lorry into crowds

    Nice // France begins three days of mourning on Saturday after a gunman drove a 19-tonne lorry into crowds lining the seafront of the Riviera resort of Nice for a Bastille Day fireworks display, killing 84 people and leaving many of more than 200 injured in a critical condition.The suspect, a 31-year-old French-Tunisian, Mohamed...

    Russia to deploy latest air defense systems in Crimea
    Jul15

    Russia to deploy latest air defense systems in Crimea

    Russia will deploy its most advanced S-400 air defense systems to the annexed Crimea peninsula in August, a military official said Friday. …read more Source: The Daily...

    World unites in horror at Nice carnage, backs France
    Jul15

    World unites in horror at Nice carnage, backs France

    World leaders united in horror and pledged their determination to fight terrorism on Friday after a truck attack on a Bastille Day crowd in the French Riviera city of Nice killed 84 people. US President Barack Obama, Russian President Vladimir Putin and European and Asian leaders meeting for a summit in Mongolia joined in condemnation of what...

    Russia to Deploy Latest Air Defense Systems in Crimea
    Jul15

    Russia to Deploy Latest Air Defense Systems in Crimea

    Russia will deploy its most advanced S-400 air defense systems to the annexed Crimea peninsula in August, a military official said Friday. …read more Source: Al-Manar...

    Russia to deploy latest air defence systems in Crimea
    Jul15

    Russia to deploy latest air defence systems in Crimea

    The system can track some 300 targets and shoot down around three dozen simultaneously over a range of several hundred kilometres. …read more Source: World...

    Kerry meets with Putin about cooperating against Islamic State in Syria
    Jul15

    Kerry meets with Putin about cooperating against Islamic State in Syria

    US Secretary of State John Kerry met with Russian President Vladimir Putin about boosting military and intelligence cooperation against Islamic State and al Qaeda in Syria and told him that without “concrete, near-term steps,” diplomatic efforts to end the war could not go on indefinitely. Kerry met Putin for three hours at the Kremlin and their...

    Russia uses the law to put pressure on internet users
    Jul15

    Russia uses the law to put pressure on internet users

    More and more people in Russia are being given jail sentences for controversial posts on the internet. Simply questioning the annexation of Crimea is enough to lead to charges. Now, laws have been tightened once again. In Russia, the internet was once seen as the last refuge of free speech. As the state’s grip on television tightened and...

    UN sees possible war crimes in Ukraine
    Jul14

    UN sees possible war crimes in Ukraine

    Kiev: The United Nations (UN) on Thursday said Ukraine’s forces had indiscriminately shelled residents while pro-Russian insurgents and Kiev battalions had summarily killed civilians in what may have constituted “war crimes.” The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) study painted a bloody picture of inhumane treatment...

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