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Assad: “The Syrian People say who stays and who should go, not the U.S.”

In a recent interview with Argentine newspaper Clarin, the president of Syria, Bashar al-Assad has spoken clearly. He is not just about leaving power unless the Syrian people themselves make it clear to him that they don’t want him there. As cited by El Clarin, Assad’s idea of a political solution to the current civil war is nothing less than the result of popular vote in which Syrians decide ...Read full article...

Nigeria orders ‘massive’ mobilisation against Islamists

A “massive” troop deployment was launched Wednesday in northeast Nigeria ahead of a planned offensive against Boko Haram, a day after President Goodluck Jonathan declared a state of emergency in three states under threat from the Islamists. Nigeria’s military on Wednesday announced a “massive” deployment of troops to its restive northeast, after the president declared a state of emergency in areas where Islamist insurgents have seized territory. A separate ...Read full article...

United Nations has evidence that Syrian rebels used Sarin Gas

After receiving evidence, submitted by Israel, France and the UK, that chemical weapons have been used in Syria a group of United Nations investigators now says they have evidence that rebel groups have been those who have engaged in the attacks with sarin, a mortal nerve agent. “Our investigators have been in neighboring countries, interviewing victims, doctors and hospitals and, according to their reports last week, there are strong ...Read full article...

Syria calls on the United Nations to stop Israeli attacks

Syria and the Arab League today called on the Security Council of the UN to act to stop the Israeli bombings. As said in Damascus by the Syrian Information Minister, Omran to Subi, the government will do everything possible to protect its people. The state news agency Sana said that the Foreign Ministry has sent a letter to the Security Council and the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon. The ...Read full article...

Hundreds of thousands of Somali children die of hunger in two years

About 258,000 Somali children under five years died of starvation between October 2010 and April 2012 because of a severe food crisis that resulted in six months of starvation, according to a UN report released Thursday. The first estimates say that 4.6% of the total population in the central and south regions of the country died as a result of hunger, that is, just over 10 million people together ...Read full article...

Syrian Prime Minister says assassination attempt shows “the frustration of terrorists and their supporters”

The Syrian Prime Minister Wael al Halqi, said that the bomb attack from which he escaped unharmed Monday in downtown Damascus reveals “the failure and frustration of the terrorists and their supporting powers”. “These terrorist attacks are proof of the failure and frustration of terrorist armed groups and the powers that support them because of the victories of the Syrian Army, which is destroying the remains of the terrorists ...Read full article...

Chemical Weapons: Trust American Intelligence if your intellect allows it

The U.S. government has “certain guarantees” for the first time that the Syrian regime has used, albeit on a small scale chemical weapons in the civil war against rebels holdings. Not too long ago, the Obama regime publicly warned Syria that the use of such weapons would imply the crossing of an imaginary line, that it would trigger new measures and a stronger intervention by Barack Obama in a ...Read full article...

NATO’s War on Libya and Africa

The media has gone very quiet on Libya of late; clearly, liberal imperialists don’t like to dwell on their crimes. This is not surprising. The modus operandi of the humanitarian imperialist is not one of informed reflection, but only permanent outrage against leaders of the global South; besides, in the topsy-turvy world of liberal interventionism, the ‘failure to act’ is the only crime of which the West is capable. As ...Read full article...

Assad warns against supporting ‘al Qaeda rebels’

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said Wednesday that Western nations would pay a “heavy price” for supporting Islamist Syrian rebels linked to al Qaeda, warning that the terrorist group would strike at the heart of Europe and the US. President Bashar al-Assad accused the West on Wednesday of supporting al Qaeda militants in Syria’s civil war and warned they would turn against their backers and strike “in the heart of ...Read full article...

Congolese war: A Struggle for Resources

On Monday the  5th of November 2012, Somaliland forces mounted an offensive against Khatumo state forces based in Hudun town. Hudun town is situated in the western parts of Sool province, in what was a relatively peaceful area of Northern Somalia. Pro Somaliland media outlets reported that “the skirmishes” were the result of elements who were trying to intimidate voters in the “local elections ” that was held ...Read full article...

War in Libya a plot to destroy the bright future of a whole nation

The war on Libya started in March 2011. This article was originally published in September 2011,  following the devastation triggered by seven months of intensive NATO bombings. “There is no tomorrow” under a NATO sponsored Al Qaeda rebellion.  While a  “pro-democracy” rebel government has been instated, the country has been destroyed. Against the backdrop of war propaganda, Libya’s economic and social achievements over the last thirty years, have been ...Read full article...

United States backed Genocides: From Guatemala to Congo

Guatemala has put its U.S.-backed genocidal maniac on trial, but Washington continues to protect its agents of mass murder in the Democratic Republic of Congo. “There is no auditorium big enough to hold the all the living Americans who should justly be charged with genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity.” The man who unleashed a genocide against the Maya Indians of Guatemala, former dictator and general Efrain Rios ...Read full article...

Kerry offers $450 million to rescue Egyptian economy

Shortly before ending his first visit to Cairo, the new Secretary of State of the United States, John Kerry, said that in his meeting with President Mohamed Morsi he pledged to provide 450 million dollars (350 million euros) in aid to the Arabic country. With various regions declared in default, the government and the opposition unable to resolve their differences, and an economy on the brink of bankruptcy, the ...Read full article...

Assad says Great Britain wants to further militarize conflict in Syria

By LUIS MIRANDA | THE REAL AGENDA | MARCH 4, 2013 Since the civil war began in Syria, the public has head president Bashar al-Assad talk about the role of the rebel terrorists in the multiple attacks against civilians, hospitals and other infrastructure. Outside Syria, everyone knows that the rebels are being armed by the United States and a short list of European nations who want Assad dead or ...Read full article...

United States will increase support for Syrian Terrorists

By LUIS MIRANDA | THE REAL AGENDA | FEBRUARY 28, 2013 Hillary Clinton was very blunt when she appeared before Congress to talk about the Benghazi affair. She said the U.S. would continue causing war and conflict all over the world. Days after, during his confirmation, John Kerry, the current State Department Secretary seconded Clinton’s words and reaffirmed the American interest to maintain political and military control of the ...Read full article...