US, France & allies should not leave, must build ‘new Syria after war’ – Macron
Apr23

US, France & allies should not leave, must build ‘new Syria after war’ – Macron

The US, France, and their allies should not leave Syria after the conflict is over, but must build a “new Syria,” French President Emmanuel Macron said in an interview with FoxNews. “We would have to build a new Syria after war,” Macron said, adding that the US role would be “very important” in this process. He added that “it’s not automatically US forces” that should carry out this task, but “that’s US diplomacy and it’s your...

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‘Whole story was staged’: Germany’s ZDF reporter says Douma incident was false flag attack
Apr23

‘Whole story was staged’: Germany’s ZDF reporter says Douma incident was false flag attack

The alleged chemical attack in the Syrian city of Douma was staged by local militants, who tried to frame it as a Syrian Army strike, a German TV correspondent, who travelled to Damascus, has said publicly, citing local witnesses. “People told us in a very convincing manner that this whole story was staged,” Uli Gack, a reporter with the German ZDF public broadcaster, said (referring to the alleged Douma chemical attack) while he...

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‘Mature, trust-based partnership’: Moscow & Vienna keep ties level-headed as Austria FM set to visit
Apr19

‘Mature, trust-based partnership’: Moscow & Vienna keep ties level-headed as Austria FM set to visit

A phone conversation between Russia’s Vladimir Putin and Austria’s Sebastian Kurz this week highlighted Vienna’s neutral, constructive approach towards Russia. The call came on the eve of FM Karin Kneissl’s first visit to Moscow. During their conversation, the Austrian Chancellor and Russian President agreed that the US-led missile strikes on Syria had “aggravated” the situation in that country, and discussed ongoing humanitarian and...

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‘Ready to slaughter people’: What we know about Russian school attacker
Apr19

‘Ready to slaughter people’: What we know about Russian school attacker

The teenager who attacked a school teacher and his classmates in a city in Russia’s Urals was reportedly inspired by the Columbine High School massacre. The teen was planning to slaughter his schoolmates and then commit suicide. The 17-year-old boy, identified by the local media as Artyom, was armed with a knife and attempted to set fire to the school after attacking several people inside a classroom in the city of Sterlitamak, in the...

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‘I’m the equal of Putin,’ Macron tells journalists over a drink
Apr18

‘I’m the equal of Putin,’ Macron tells journalists over a drink

France’s Emmanuel Macron said he considers himself an equal to Russia’s Vladimir Putin and that the strike on Syria was meant to show he was “part of this,” journalists who interviewed the French leader have revealed. President Macron gave a nearly three-hour-long interview on the results of his first year in office to RMC radio host Jean-Jacques Bourdin, and Edwy Plenel of Mediapart website on Sunday. After the program went off the...

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