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Turkey Continues Bombing U.S. Terrorist Positions In Syria

It started two weeks ago, when Turkey warned publicly it was preparing for military intervention in Syria, while accusing the US of creating a “terrorist army” (it wasn’t referring to[U.S. Israeli backed] ISIS, but U.S.-backed Syrian Kurdish militia YPG) [that have broken away from the dominant pro Assad Kurdish forces]. Turkey Warns U.S. Of Creating ISIS […]

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Turkey Arrests 43 U.S. Deep State Bank Officials

The Ankara Public Prosecutor’s Office issued detention warrants for 43 current or former members of the prime minister’s office and several banks within its investigation into the activity of the movement, named after US-based Islamic preacher Fethullah Gulen in the country. ANKARA (Sputnik) — Six among the number are acting government officials, while the other 37 were […]

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Turkey Warns U.S. Of Creating ISIS Terrorist Army: Turkey Increases Military Intervention In Syria

Speaking in an interview with France 24, in which Turkish president Recep Erdogan lashed out at Germany for not allowing him to address the Turkish community there and preventing him from bringing his bodyguards to the upcoming G20 meeting in Hamburg, Erdogan warned that Turkey is ready to intervene militarily in north Syria to repel […]

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Turkey Exits NATO Aligns With Russia In Syria: Russia & Turkey In First Joint Air Strikes On U.S. Israeli ISIS

Moscow and Ankara are carrying out their first joint military operation against Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) in the Syrian province of Aleppo, the Russian Defense Ministry has announced. “Today, Russian and Turkish Air Forces are carrying out their first joint operation to target ISIL in the suburbs of the town of al-Bab in the […]

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The New Iraq & Middle East: Exit America Enter Russia

Is the genie finally out of the bottle? A myriad of seemingly unrelated events and loose ends are converging in a manner that points in the direction of a huge win for Russian diplomacy in the Middle East, and we only need to connect the dots to see this scenario unfolding. What dots, one might […]

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