Category: Europe

false-accusations-used-again-against-president-assad-of-syria
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Jan
2021

False Accusations Used Again Against President Assad of SyriaFalse Accusations Used Again Against President Assad of Syria

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator New allegations have surfaced, accusing Syrian President Assad of some connection to the Beirut Port blast.  Allegations don’t need proof, and they are a tool used repeatedly by the US against nations and leaders who they deem as an enemy. Lebanese officials had for years known the dangerous chemicals were improperly stored […]

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aleppo:-industrial-capital-of-syria-rises-from-the-ashes
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Jan
2021

Aleppo: industrial capital of Syria rises from the ashesAleppo: industrial capital of Syria rises from the ashes

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator Saint Simeon, on the outskirts of Aleppo, was the largest church in the world in the fifth century. After Islam arrived in Syria, the country has remained a dense mixture of cultures and faiths, living in tolerance and cooperation until 2011, when a US-NATO war for ‘regime change’ began which destroyed […]

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syrian-refugees-flee-as-their-tents-are-torched-in-lebanon
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Dec
2020

Syrian refugees flee as their tents are torched in LebanonSyrian refugees flee as their tents are torched in Lebanon

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator On December 26, hundreds of Syrian refugees fled their refugee camp in the Miniyeh region near the coastal city of Tripoli in north Lebanon after their tents were burned when fighting broke out between local youths and camp residents.  At least three were injured in the incident said Khaled Kabarra, a […]

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belarusian-government-accused-of-letting-covid-19-spread-in-prisons-packed-with-its-president’s-critics
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Dec
2020

Belarusian Government Accused Of Letting COVID-19 Spread In Prisons Packed With Its President’s CriticsBelarusian Government Accused Of Letting COVID-19 Spread In Prisons Packed With Its President’s Critics

A COVID-19 wave has stormed Belarusian prisons holding several individuals jailed for protesting the country’s authoritarian president, the Associated Press reported.  Some of the incarcerated protesters allege authorities disdain and have encourage infections, the AP reported Saturday. (RELATED: Mass Protests Emerge In Ex-Soviet Republic After Suspicious Election Results) Some formerly-incarcerated activists alleged to the AP after […]

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nato-to-plan-us.-invasion-of-china
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Dec
2020

NATO to Plan U.S. Invasion of ChinaNATO to Plan U.S. Invasion of China

Eric Zuesse On November 27th, Germany’s Spiegel magazine, which is a reliable propaganda organ for America’s NATO military alliance against Russia, headlined (in German but autotranslated here) “Explosive reform proposals for NATO: There is life after ‘brain death’”, and made only passing mention there of NATO’s plan ultimately to ‘defend Europe against China’ (and not […]

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scotland’s-leader-wants-an-independence-vote-in-2021-as-support-grows-after-brexit
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Nov
2020

Scotland’s Leader Wants An Independence Vote In 2021 As Support Grows After BrexitScotland’s Leader Wants An Independence Vote In 2021 As Support Grows After Brexit

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said Monday that she aims for the country to have a referendum on leaving the United Kingdom within the next year.  Speaking remotely to a conference of her Scottish National Party, Sturgeon said she would campaign in May’s Scottish Parliament elections for a mandate to hold an independence vote, according […]

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obama-admits-his-failure-in-syria
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Nov
2020

Obama admits his failure in SyriaObama admits his failure in Syria

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator Former US President Barack Obama has admitted in an interview with German channel NTV on Wednesday, November 18, that his administration failed to deal with Syria during his presidency. He was asked about the failures in his administration, and he answered, “In the area of foreign policy, the tragedy in Syria […]

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driver-accused-of-manslaughter-said-he-missed-39-migrants-being-loaded-into-his-truck-while-watching-a-‘wee-bit-of-netflix’
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Nov
2020

Driver Accused Of Manslaughter Said He Missed 39 Migrants Being Loaded Into His Truck While Watching A ‘Wee Bit Of Netflix’Driver Accused Of Manslaughter Said He Missed 39 Migrants Being Loaded Into His Truck While Watching A ‘Wee Bit Of Netflix’

November 20, 2020 11:02 AM ET A British truck driver is being charged with manslaughter after 39 migrants he claims to have unwittingly smuggled to Belgium later died.  Eamonn Harrison, 23, says he owed his boss, Ronan Hughes, over $65,000 after he destroyed a shipment of bacon in a drunk-driving incident, according to the New […]

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