Author: Alice Donovan

Dramatic Escalation in Syria – Russia Prepared to Strike Back

According to the Syrian media sources, the Russian government has taken measures to guarantee more security for its forces in case of possible attack regarding the recent U.S. Tomahawk air strikes on the Shayrat air base on April 7. At this moment, two Russian all-purpose jets capable of spotting and intercepting cruise missiles are barraging in the Eastern Mediterranean. Moreover, the Russian forces are ready to carry out retaliatory strikes on the U.S. ships that launch cruise missiles if they attack the Russian military objects (including Khmeimim and Tartus bases). Meanwhile, the Russian military advisors have arrived at the Syrian...

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Syrian Media: U.S Air Strike On Syria Kills Four Children

Syrian state media has claimed that U.S missile strikes on an air base in Syria has killed nine civilians, including four children as Donald Trump launched the first direct American attack on Bashar Assad’s regime. Four children are reported to be among nine civilians killed in the “targeted assault” on the air base, from where Trump said a devastating nerve agent strike was launched earlier this week. Six servicemen are believed to have also been killed. The British government has described the overnight assault as an “appropriate response” to this week’s chemical attack in Syria. The Russian government warned the...

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7 Insane US Government Conspiracies That Actually Happened

While it can be easy to dismiss some of the more outlandish conspiracy theories floating around on the Internet, it’s important not to lose sight of the fact that the U.S. government has conspired against its own citizens on more than one occasion. It’s well known that the U.S. government has targeted its own citizens for assassination with drones in recent years, yet it’s far from the only time Americans have suffered at the hands of their leaders, elected or otherwise. Here are seven actual, documented conspiracies created by the government or its agencies: Alcohol Poisoning The U.S. government...

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VIDEO: US Airstrikes Killed Civilians in Syria’s Idlib

The US Coalition reportedly carried out a lethal series of airstrikes over the Idlib countryside, killing and wounding dozens of civilians near the Turkish border-crossing in Syrian Province of Idlib. On Tuesday’s midday at 03:55 PM the B52 warplane have bombarded Sarmada town’s outskirts over a prison followed to Jabhat Fateh Al-Sham (JFS) which led to dozens of casualties and injuries amid the civilians and prisoners in addition to mass destruction. Moreover, the US warplanes have bombarded Sarmada square and killed 12 civilians while carrying out an airstrike over a vehicle followed to JFS. According to local activists and...

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Federal Judge: “Go to Another Country If You Don’t Like Trump”

Federal judge John Primomo had some strong words in San Antonio for the immigrants he was swearing in to become U.S. citizens. Judge Primomo was filmed at a citizenship ceremony saying that people “need” to leave the United States if they don’t like the fact the next president will be Donald Trump. Primomo made the remark when he presided over the naturalization ceremony at the Institute of Texan Cultures in San Antonio, Texas, on Thursday. The room at the Institute was a melting pot, a collection of hopeful faces now bound together under one flag. During the ceremony, the...

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Obama Urges Anti-Trump Protesters Not To Remain Silent

President Obama, speaking at a press conference in Germany, passed up the opportunity to tamp down the anti-Donald Trump protests back home — urging those taking part not to remain “silent.” The president fielded a question on the protests during a joint news conference in Berlin alongside German Chancellor Angela Merkel. “I suspect that there’s not a president in our history that hasn’t been subject to these protests,” he answered. “So, I would not advise people who feel strongly or who are concerned about some of the issues that have been raised during the course of the campaign, I...

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