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Actions vs Words: Why Russia’s Aerial Campaign in Syria is a Game-Changer

Russia’s aerial campaign in Syria has sent Daesh terrorists packing, while the US-led coalition’s airstrikes had done little to check the group’s expansion, Egyptian media wrote on Monday. “From the very start of their operation against Daesh in Syria, the Americans and their allies kept saying they were doing something, only …

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Germany’s intelligence agency says Saudi Arabia’s ‘game of thrones’ risks tearing the Middle East apart

Germany’s state intelligence agency says competition for influence inside the Saudi Arabian royal family is destabilising the wider Middle East, according to domestic media reports. Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ), one of Germany’s premier daily newspapers, carries the warning from the BND intelligence agency. According to FAZ, the BND …

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Kogalymavia Confirms Crashed Russian Airliner’s Tail Part Was Damaged

Kogalymavia confirmed on Monday that a Russian airliner’s tail part had been damaged prior to the air crash in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula. © REUTERS/ MOHAMED ABD EL GHANY Decompression, Structural Faults May Explain A321 Plane Crash On Saturday, Airbus A-321 operated by Russian airline Kogalymavia crashed in the Sinai Peninsula …

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Syria Crisis Main Topic at Putin-Obama Meeting, Ukraine Issue Secondary

The Russian and US leaders will focus on the Syrian conflict during their meeting on Monday, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Thursday.   Earlier Thursday, the Kremlin spokesman confirmed that Putin and Obama would meet on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York on Monday.”Of course, the main topic is …

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