By Polina Tikhonova Is Turkey downing a Russian plane going to spark World War 3? That’s the question everybody has been asking today. The answer is: it’s going to spark a nuclear war, according to Russian defense analysts familiar with the downing of the jet.
BY: MATTHEW K. BURKE Another great hit from the “I Just Cannot Believe My Ears” Department, aka: “Are These People F’ing Nuts?” Department, comes this latest revelation from former Obama CIA Director Mike Morell. One can only speculate, and it’s not difficult to, as to
Editor’s Note… Russia has retaliated to the downing of the SU-24 by carrying out a carpet bombing the Turkmen villages in the surrounding area – on the face of it an illegal attack on civilians that would have caused loud protests in other circumstances, yet the west
By Madeline Chambers and Paul Carrel BERLIN – Chancellor Angela Merkel vowed on Wednesday to stick to her open-door refugee policy, defying criticism at home and abroad which has intensified due to growing fears about a potential security risk after the Islamist attacks in
Saudi report follows prior reports, saying Hezbollah sites adjacent to elite Syrain army division hit, taking out anti-tank missiles. By Ari Yashar A day after Syrian media reported that the Israeli Air Force (IAF) struck a base belonging to the Iranian terror proxy Hezbollah, a Saudi
In response to pilot’s claims of shooting with no warning, Turkish army releases series of audio recordings with apparent warnings. The Turkish army on Wednesday released a series of audio recordings of apparent warnings issued to a Russian jet before it was downed near the Syrian border – even as
Within minutes of shooting down (and filming) a Russian military jet the Turkish government was claiming it did so to protect its own airspace. Russian officials then disputed that claim while the Obama White House quickly sided with Turkey. The real reason though is something
By Renee Johnson Roughly 180 United States cities nationwide will receive a minimum of 10,000 “Syrian refugees,” who are mostly neither Syrian nor refugees, and are not “properly vetted.” The 10,000 number is misleading, as it excludes an additional eight people each refugee is allowed