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Units of the Russian Military Police entered the town of Saraqib in Eastern Idlib following the second liberation of the town from al-Qaeda terrorists and Turkish forces.
All credible reports indicate that the Turkish Armed Forces (TAF) are giving the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) an unprecedented pounding after President Putin seemingly listened to President Erodgan's request yesterday and "stepped aside" in Idlib so that the two neighboring countries can finally fight one another face-to-face.
A group of Sudanese lawyers has reportedly taken legal measures against a number of travel agencies purportedly collaborating with a security firm based in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in “deception of the Sudanese youth and their transfer to Libya.”
The Syrian military uncovered a large missile production factory in one of the newly captured areas in the Aleppo Governorate.
Russian Special Forces and SAA Retake Saraqib
Turkey's aid to terrorists inside Syria and attacks on Iranian forces are not to be tolerated despite strong trade relations with Turkey.
Russian press has become totally undependable for reporting because of undue influence. Video in Russian but relatively informative for the language challenged.
Now the Turkish sultan is really scary. Not only because it has the seventh military power in the world but because, as demonstrated extensively in Syria with the Olive Branch operations in Afrin and Peace Spring in Rojava, it does not put the slightest brake on the ferocity of the Islamic jihadists which it uses as mercenaries, in blatant contrast of the various UN resolutions, to commit human rights violations and infamous war crimes, such as the killing of cold-blooded children and the rape with subsequent stoning of Christian women.
The Permanent Mission of Greece to NATO on Friday evening vetoed a statement that the alliance was preparing to make in support of Ankara, following the recent killing of 33 Turkish troops, Greek newspaper Vima reported, citing information from Greek sources.
Syria is considering expelling Russia and sending its troops home. Why? By Gordon Duff, Senior Editor with intelligence sources inside Syria and Turkey Introduction: This is a...
Turkey in over its head
Greek police used tear gas to turn back 4,000 people at the border with Turkey who flooded the checkpoint after Ankara announced it will no longer stop people from crossing into the EU.
Turkey's Leader Erdogan has given Russia and Syria until this Sunday, March 1st, to withdraw their troops from Idlib or he will (illegally) launch Armageddon.
Turkish occupation forces arrested tens of its mercenary terrorists in the Ras al-Ayn area in Hasaka northwestern countryside after they had attempted to flee towards Turkish lands fearing from engaging in clashes with the Syrian Arab Army in Idleb.
For a long time, Turkiye had remained silent to besiege of Peace Monitoring Points which were established within the framework of the Sochi Agreements, by Assad regime.
Turkey’s military, though competent and robust, is incapable of extended military operations within the Middle East. The “neighborhood” is far too dangerous, particularly if Turkey is forced to operate armor without air cover, something denied them in Syria.
Russian airplane dodging two Raytheon Stinger FM 62 missiles fired from a Turkish “observation post” in Southern Idlib province in Syria. The Turkish base is in the town of Qminas.
There were reports earlier of US military vehicles entering northeastern Syria's Al-Hasakah province from Iraq, including tanks and engineering equipment.
Jim W. Dean - Erdogan has supported Idlib terrorists to have a large pool of jihadi extremist muslims to fight for $200 a month for Turkey's interests, while his own troops watch from safety.
So far Turkey, militarily the second mightiest NATO country, has been able to get away with virtually anything it has chosen to brew in the Middle East.
Following the Arab spring, the historical competition between Iran and Turkey has gained momentum.
The whole foreign policy of Turkey somehow or another plays along with Russia.
Earlier this week, the ambassador revealed that the recent rise in tensions between Moscow and Ankara over Russian support for Syria in Idlib had led to threats being made against his life, recalling that the last crisis in relations between the two countries led to the assassination of his predecessor by a Turkish radical.
If the war continues in Idlib it is only because Turkey since two years, from 17 September 2018, has never respected the agreements of Astana and Sochi signed with Russia and Iran for the disarmament of the Sunni jihadists of the various terrorist organizations, including those nearby to Al Qaeda of Jabhat al-Nusra today called Hay' at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS).
The Istanbul Chief Public Prosecutor’s Office launched an investigation into Burhan Kuzu, a former parliamentarian from the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP), on Friday, over interference in the judicial process to secure the release of Iranian drug lord Naci Zindashti.
Escalation in Syria's northwestern province of Idlib has triggered anti-Russian sentiment on Turkish social media, Russian Ambassador to Turkey, Aleksei Erkhov, said in an interview with Sputnik on Thursday, adding that he also has been threatened.
Erdogan has now cast his fate openly with the terrorists to prevent the liberation of Idlib.
Late on February 10, unidentified warplanes struck positions of the Turkish Army at the Base 46 area, near the town of Atarib in western Aleppo, according to sources close to Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (formerly the Syrian branch of al-Qaeda) and other ‘moderate opposition’ groups.
Jim W. Dean - The showdown between Putin and and Erdogan is coming to a head over whether Turkey will use its air force inside Syria.
Turkey wants Law “Marry your rapist”
Turkey accuses the Syrian military of targeting its observation posts in the northwestern Syrian province of Idlib, claiming it is up to Russia to “stop” Damascus.
The radicals fighting in Syria, supported by Turkey, want to continue the war
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Friday blasted several Arab countries including Saudi Arabia for backing US President Donal Trump’s so-called deal of the century, condemning it as 'treason.'
A Turkish smuggling network has been fuelling a conflict between farmers and nomadic herders in Nigeria’s northern and central regions, the Daily Telegraph reported on Thursday.
Sources from the Greek OHIM confirm the information published earlier today by pronews.gr, that the Turkish Armed Forces carried out a large-scale landing operation in Libya, carrying a regular Army and a large number of vehicles. the forces of the pro-Turkish regime of the GNA and creating a new tactical confrontation with the forces of LNA, General Haftar.