Aktuelles auf englisch (12) [der letzten 24 Stunden]
Topthema - Aktuelle Hotspots (2)
8:59 [Sic Semper Tyrannis]
Rojava is dead. Long live the Syrian Arab Republic. The new Russia-Turkish agreement goes a long way in reestablishing Syria’s territorial integrity and foiling Erdogan’s dream of a new Ottoman Empire. It also provides the Rojava Kurds their best hope for a future whether they realize it or not. First, here’s the agreement.
21:53 [Press TV]
Russia and Turkey have reached a deal to establish a safe zone long sought by Ankara in northern Syria, which will see Kurdish militants operating in the region removed to beyond 30 kilometers from the Turkish border.
15:10 [Fort Russ]
The Bolivian government has called on the EU and the OAS to check the ballot box across the country following allegations of opposition fraud, which it called a “coup d’état” process. Bolivian President Evo Morales has denounced that his country is undergoing a coup d’état, coordinated by the right and with international support. “I report to the Bolivian people and the world in process a coup d’état that was prepared by the right with international support. I appeal to international organizations to defend democracy,” said the Bolivian leader. “We will not seek confrontation, but we will defend democracy,” he emphasized.
Welt - Mittlerer Osten (1)
14:47 [Fort Russ]
The US transfer of troops from Syria to Iraq is a plan for re-stationing ISIS terrorists in the country’s western province of Anbar, a senior Iraqi lawmaker said. After withdrawing from Syria, the US troops will station at American military bases in Iraq, a senior member of the Iraqi parliament’s Security and Defense Committee Karim al-Mahmadawi told the Arabic-language al-Ma’aloumeh news website, adding that the whole transfer of troops is a plan to re-organize the ISIS in Iraq’s western desert province of Anbar.
Welt - Naher Osten - arabische Halbinsel (1)
22:00 [Zero Hedge]
Update (1315ET): Turkey`s Erdogan says deal reached with Russia for Kurdish fighters to move out of Syrian border area within 150 hours establishing a "safe zone" inside Syria. As Haaretz reports, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday that talks with his Turkish counterpart Tayyip Erdogan had yielded what he called momentous results for Syria.
11:45 [Moon of Alabama]
Since Donald Trump became president many of his subordinates have tried to subvert his policies. Instead of implementing Trump`s idea and preferences they have tried to implement their own. Some have done so because they believed that it is the "right thing to do" while others have ignored Trump`s wishes to play their own game. A recent example can be found in a Washington Post Ukrainegate story: Trump’s conversations with Putin, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and others reinforced his perception of Ukraine as a hopelessly corrupt country — one that Trump now also appears to believe sought to undermine him in the 2016 U.S. election, the officials said.
22:10 [Sic Semper Tyrannis]
Mika B remarked a couple of years ago on the show that she and her sex slave stage in the early morning that the social media were out of control because it is the job of the MSM to tell people what to think. The Hillary stated recently that life was better when there were only three TeeVee news outlets because it was easier to keep things under control. Now? My God! Any damned fool can propagate unauthorized "facts." What? Who?
Welt - Weltwirtschaft (1)
22:01 [Zero Hedge]
More than half of the world`s banks are at risk of collapse in the next global downturn if they don`t start preparing for late-cycle shocks, McKinsey & Company warned in its latest global banking outlook. The consultancy firm warned on Monday, in a 55-page report titled The last pit stop? Time for bold late-cycle moves, that 35% of banks globally are "subscale" and will have to merge or sell to larger firms if they want to survive the next crisis.
Feuilleton - Meinung und Debatte (1)
8:01 [New Eastern Outlook]
Almost all of the prominent U.S. neocons have been madly snapping at everything and everybody who opposes the Western right-wing dogmas, be they Chinese or Russian leaders, local opposition figures, or, lately, even the Pope. Individuals like Steve Bannon, often greatly influence leaders like President Donald Trump. Then they fall out of grace, sometimes because of some personal quarrels, and “get fired”. But, regularly, at least some of them, bounce back.
Feuilleton - Satire und Kabarett (1)
7:34 [Babylon Bee]
According to sources at a DC-area Costco, failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was asked to leave Costco again after repeatedly accusing a lady handing out food samples of being a Russian asset. It wasn`t clear how Clinton had ended up in the Costco, as she usually has her servants` servants go to the market for her. Some suggested she wanted to disguise herself and go be among her subjects to see how the other 99% lives.
Why there is a historical antagonism between Kurds and the Turkish state—that’s just too hard for the average TV talking head to figure out. Why should the U.S. want regime change in Syria, when the government is secular, staunchly opposed to al-Qaeda and other Islamist terror groups, and maintained stability in a multi-ethnic, multicultural society for decades? Forget all the troubling questions.
Themen - Menschenrechte (1)
9:41 [Press TV]
A UK judge has rejected an attempt to delay the renowned Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange`s extradition case. The United States is keen to get its has on the world-famous whistle-blower over allegations he leaked government secrets.
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