Day: 10/09/2018

Pentagon denies Russia’s claim that it dropped phosphorus bombs on Syrian village

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Russia’s military has accused the U.S. Air Force of using banned white phosphorus bombs during air strikes in Syria’s Deir ez-Zor province.

Source: Pentagon denies Russia’s claim that it dropped phosphorus bombs on Syrian village

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Armageddon in Idlib | New Eastern Outlook

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A showdown between the US and Russia is coming over Syria. Our sources inside Syria tell us that Russia began building up capabilities to support the Syrian Arab Army’s retaking of Idlib Province as early as June 2018. Included with new T90 tanks and advanced missile-based artillery are new air defense capabilities as…

Source: Armageddon in Idlib | New Eastern Outlook

French Volunteer: West May Use Idlib Battle as Excuse to Intervene in Syria

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Pierre Le Corf, founder of the NGO “WeAreSuperHeroes,” who has been living in Syria’s Aleppo for over 2 years, has offered some insight into the escalating situation in Idlib, terrorists’ last stronghold, in an interview with Sputnik France.

Source: French Volunteer: West May Use Idlib Battle as Excuse to Intervene in Syria

Germany May Join Possible Western Airstrikes on Syria – Reports

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Germany may join possible airstrikes on Syrian government forces by western nations in the event chemical weapons are used by Damascus, according to local media.

Source: Germany May Join Possible Western Airstrikes on Syria – Reports

‘James Bond clause’: Ministers giving spies license to torture, human rights group claims — RT UK News

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Spies are routinely being given legal cover by ministers if there is a possibility of them using torture to extract information from suspects held abroad, a human rights group has claimed about the so-called ‘James Bond clause.’

Source: ‘James Bond clause’: Ministers giving spies license to torture, human rights group claims — RT UK News