Syria, Russia Under Pressure Over Alleged Use Of Chemical Weapons

Damascus and Moscow have repeatedly claimed extremists in Syria’s civil war of bogus chemical attacks Syria and Russia have faced new pressure over the alleged use of chemical weapons as the global toxic weapons body met in The Hague on Monday. Fernando Arias, head of the Organization for the Prohibition …

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Why sting the bear if you are not a grizzly?

Writing for Sputnik International, British journalist Finian Cunningham describes the actions of US Under Secretary of State Karen Donfried as “stinging the bear.” The recently rehabilitated neoconservative of the George W. Bush era said that “all options are on the table regarding Russia’s policy towards Ukraine.” “As you can understand, …

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“Recognizing the equality of Turkish Cypriots is the key to solving the Cypriot problem”

Recognizing the sovereignty and equal international status of the Turkish Cypriot people is essential to resolve the Cypriot issue, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said on Sunday. “I ask all friendly and brotherly countries to assess the vision of the TRNC solution without prejudice,” he said at the 15th summit of …

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AP PHOTOS: a city in the Syrian province of Idlib transformed by war

Syrian children wait for toys and food to be distributed at a Turkish Red Crescent-supported refugee camp for internally displaced persons in Sarmada, north of the city of Idlib, Syria, on Thursday, November 25, 2021. ( AP Photo / Francisco Seco) Francisco Seco PA SARMADA from Syria In the opposition-held …

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The policy of the new German government towards Turkey

The Social Democratic Party (SPD) will probably strive to establish a constructive relationship with Turkey. This, in turn, will lead to tensions within the German coalition government, Daily sabah writing. During Angela Merkel’s time, there were a few highs and many lows in German-Turkish relations. In the period of the …

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Greek companies closely monitor Turkish interests amid pound collapse – Greek City Times

Greek companies with billions of euros in investments in Turkey are closely monitoring developments in the neighboring country as the eastern economy kneels under the weight of the collapse of the Turkish lira. Data shows that Greek companies have actively invested in Turkey’s $ 720 billion economy in recent years …

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Biden administration ‘disowns’ Trump’s policies in Syria

For months, the international community and those interested in the Syrian file have closely followed the actions of the American administration in the face of the Syrian crisis. Rumors have spread to right, left and center that the United States will ignore the dossier, unlike the previous administration, after the …

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Turkey’s National Security Council assesses economic targets

ANKARA On November 25, Turkey’s National Security Council assessed the country’s goals and challenges for its economy. class = “cf”> “The challenges and threats that Turkey has faced and may face in the process of implementing economic policies focused on investment, production, employment and export in accordance with its objectives …

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Restaurant Review: Kathodon, Nicosia | Cyprus Mail

Touristic ? Yes. Noisy? Quite. Too expensive? Slightly. So why, you might ask, did I decide to revisit the somewhat withered Kathodon Tavern in Nicosia? Because, despite its flaws, as one of the first restaurants I visited after moving to Cyprus, I have a soft spot for it; it will …

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Mohammed bin Zayed: What the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi’s trip to Turkey tells us about the post-American Middle East

The Ankara meeting brings together two regional powers that have long viewed themselves as ideological enemies: the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed, known as MBZ, and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. MBZ, who is on his first official visit to Ankara in nearly 10 years, was …

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