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Erdogan on a tip from the Muslim Brotherhood terrorists may open a military base in Libya

Erdogan on a tip from the Muslim Brotherhood terrorists may open a military base in Libya

Muslim Brotherhood terrorists 1 called on the head of the so-called Libyan National Harmony Government (GNA) Fayez Sarraj to ask Turkey to deploy its military base on Libyan territory. The leader of the group and the Justice and Construction Party, part-time Abd al-Razzak al-Aradi, relies on the words of Turkish …

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Turkey Has No Intentions Of Clearing Off Syria Unless Others Do- Erdogan

Turkey

Turkish President Recap Tayyip Erdogan sounded politically correct when he said that Ankara’s intentions to remain in Syria are straight- “unless all other countries pull their support from Syria, we are not leaving.” His other reason for justification is that “we will not let up until every last terrorist leaves …

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If Kurds don’t withdraw soon, Turkey will resume Syria operation, President Erdogan says

Erdogan

On Wednesday, Kurdish forces have not yet finished their withdrawal from Syria’s outskirts with Turkey, which means there could be another exercise to oust them, announced President Recep, Tayyip Erdogan. He added that the Syrian Democratic Forces had not pulled back 30 kilometers from the north-eastern Syrian fringe as concurred …

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HUJI-B Attempts to Regroup in Bangladesh

Bangladesh

The recent mutiny within the paramilitary Bangladesh Rifles (BDR) border security force sparked concern about escalating instability in Bangladesh. The possibility that Jamaatul Mujahidin Bangladesh (JMB) may have been involved in the rebellion heightened worries about the growing terrorism problem in Bangladesh. A series of events since the 2005 serial …

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French Anti Terror Magistrate Pushes For Fair Trial At Home For French Origin Syrian Militants

David De Pas

The French anti-terror magistrate is keen that militants be sent back to their countries of origin and be given a fair trial, instead of being refused entry. A similar thought has been doing rounds in Malaysia when militants of Malaysian origins had expressed a desire to return back home, after …

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Trump Plays The Sanction Card On Turkey Over Syrian Offense

Kurdish Forces

With no other resort left, Trump is threatening Turkey’s power financial penalties, if Ankara does not back down from a full-fledged military offensive in Northern Syria. As a precursor, Washington has already raised steel tariffs. American troops started retreating from their various observatory posts, on Trump’s instructions, ending four-year buffer …

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Iraq declares curfews as gunfights rage and protests

Nassiriya attack

Iraq is declaring a curfew in Baghdad starting early on Thursday until further notice, Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi announced, after two days of nationwide anti-government protests turned violent. At least seven people were killed and more than 400 were injured during two days of nationwide anti-government protests. Curfews were …

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Al Houthis attack Hodeida amid UN peace push

Al Houthi attack

Saudi-led forces have launched airstrikes north of the Yemen port city of Hodeidah, claiming they were targeting Houthi rebels’ capacity to mount remote-controlled assaults on shipping in the Red Sea. The Houthi rebels, battling Saudi support for the UN-recognised Yemen government for the past five years, claimed the airstrikes on …

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