Turkish President Recypt Erdogan announced last week his intention to launch an offensive military action against Kurdish people in northeastern Syria. The Kurds are fighting along side the US against ISIS, but Erdogan claims they are also affiliated with a group called PKK - which is a "terrorist" group inside Turkey.
My Intelligence Sources on the ground in Syria say Turkey will launch the offensive tomorrow, Wednesday and are quickly massing troops and armor on the Border between Turkey and Syria to invade!
The office of Special Counsel Robert Mueller has just complied with a court order requiring them to make available the original FBI interview report of General Flynn, over which Flynn is being prosecuted for allegedly "lying" to the FBI about contact with Russia.
It turns out that Flynn was ASKED to speak to the Russian Ambassador about . . . . ISRAEL.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has said "Any attack on the Donbass (i.e. Donetsk or Luhansk) by the Ukraine government in Kiev, will lead to the end of Ukraine’s existence as a sovereign country." Those remarks have now been confirmed by high-ranking sources in the Russia Ministry of Defense.
Saudi Arabia faced ridicule online after it reminded the international community of its strict ban on Christmas tree imports and celebrations ahead of the holiday season, despite its much-touted liberal reforms and social changes.
The Kingdom’s customs authority has warned citizens and guests that Christmas trees are still banned from entering the ultra-conservative state. Moreover, all state institutions, companies, hotels and restaurants are mandated by the Committee for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice to avoid any possible manifestations of the holiday spirit.
China and Russia have modified an important layer of the atmosphere above Europe to test a controversial technology for possible military application, according to Chinese scientists involved in the project.
A total of five experiments were carried out in June. One, on June 7, caused physical disturbance over an area as large as 126,000 sq km (49,000 square miles), or about half the size of Britain.
A strong explosion occurred at the Popocatepetl volcano in Mexico, sending a shower of incandescent lava bombs onto the upper slopes of the volcano and generating an ash plume that rose a few kilometers.