US No Longer Has Resources to Start Full-Scale War Against Iran – Professor (Opinion)

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Possible Missile Strikes on Syrian Army Arms Depots Results in Fires – Source The world awaits President Trump’s May 12 decision on whether or not to extend the Iran nuclear deal. Speaking to Radio Sputnik, Hamed Mousavi, a professor of … Read More

‘We’re NOT doing business with these guys’ Donald Trump THREATENS EU

posted in: European Union, News

DONALD Trump blasted the EU and other nations at a rally in Michigan by threatening to “take on” the bloc and claims it takes “advantage” of the US. The US president said the EU “sounds so nice” but it was … Read More

German defense minister von der Leyen wants $12 Billon euros more for Bundeswehr

German Defense Minister von der Leyen wants billions of euros more for the army than current budget plans foresee, a newspaper says. Her ministry has stressed the need to catch up, and modernize equipment. German Defense Minister Ursula von der … Read More

WW3 warning: ‘80,000 Iranian fighters’ could launch GROUND INVASION to break up Israel

posted in: Israel, News

THE shock revelation of an alleged Iranian base in Syria, close to the Israeli border, holding up to 80,000 fighters has threatened to push the world closer to an outbreak of conflict, according to expert commentators on the BBC. The … Read More

U.S. Secretary of State Pompeo Stresses Need for Gulf Unity Against Iran

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu shakes hands with U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo during a meeting at the Ministry of Defense in Tel Aviv, Israel, April 29, 2018. Thomas Coex/Pool via Reuters REUTERS TEL AVIV (Reuters) – The United States … Read More

Drought hits Cape citrus farmers hardest

As the drought continues and with weather forecasters not foreseeing prospects of good rains in the coming three months, farmers in the Eastern Cape, one of the six provinces already declared a disaster area, fear the termination of their long-term … Read More

Kim Says He’ll Give Up Weapons if U.S. Promises Not to Invade

posted in: Far East, News

President Moon Jae-in of South Korea, right, toasting on Friday with Kim Jong-un, the leader of North Korea, center, and Mr. Kim’s wife, Ri Sol-ju, in the border village of Panmunjom. CreditPool photo by Korea Summit Press SEOUL, South Korea … Read More

Poverty in Iraq forces refugees back to camps

Poverty and a lack of services are preventing rebuilding in Mosul, forcing thousands to choose the lesser of two evils and return to the camps. Over 2 million have yet to go back home. Judit Neurink reports from Mosul. “My … Read More

Russia’s ‘floating Chernobyl’ nuclear power plant heads out to sea

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The twin reactors have left their home port of St. Petersburg for a long, slow journey to Siberia. Environmentalists have slammed the mobile maritime reactors, saying an accident could damage parts of the Arctic. Russia launched a floating nuclear power … Read More

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