Turkish Claims that the PKK is Operating in Artsakh Set a Dangerous Precedent

Paul Antonopoulos Conflict sparked up again yesterday in Artsakh, or more commonly known as Nagorno-Karabakh, when Azerbaijan launched an offensive against Armenian forces. Although the Republic of Artsakh is not recognized by any state, including Armenia, and it is still internationally recognized as occupied Azerbaijani territory, it achieved a de facto independence in 1994. As…

Azerbaijani Army and Syrian Jihadis Launch Attack on Armenian Lines

Moon of Alabama During the last weeks there was news that Turkey was hiring some 2,000 ‘Syrian rebels’ to fight in Azerbaijan against Armenian forces which since 1993 occupy Nagorno- Karabakh. Earlier today the Azerbaijan forces and the mercenaries launched their attack on Armenian lines. It was a massacre. Two Azerbaijani helicopters were shot down….

Russian Foreign Ministry: Turkey Procrastinates Carrying Out its Commitments in Idleb

17 September، 2020 Moscow, SANA Russian Foreign Ministry stressed that the Turkish regime postpones fulfilling its commitments to the agreement of cessation of hostilities in Idleb province, adding that US-backed QSD militia has been practicing dangerous tricks along with the Americans in stealing the oil resources in Syrian Al-Jazeera. “Ankara’s fulfillment of its obligations stipulated…

Kurdish People Resist Storm of Turkish Bombs

The indiscriminate bombing of a territory to destroy the people living in it. That seems to be the premise of the government of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. And that premise was confirmed last June 15, when the Ankara government ordered a massive bombing of Bashur (Iraqi Kurdistan, northern Iraq), which targeted the Makhmur refugee…

Iraq’s Hezb Allah: Instead of Leaving, The US is Plotting a Civil War in Iraq

Iraq Hezb Allah Brigades (Kata’ib Hezb Allah) revealed that they have ‘information about dubious US movements to achieve suspicious goals, with the participation of an Iraqi security apparatus’. The Brigades added that the plot includes ‘airdrops on military, security and PMU positions with ground support and air support’ which will lead to ‘dangerous repercussions, and…

The Battle of Idlib is Far from Over

Elijah J. Magnier The opening of the Saraqeb-Latakia road, known as the M4, is scheduled for this Sunday the 15th of March as established during the memorandum protocol signed in Moscow between the two presidents Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan following the battle of Saraqeb. The Turkish-Russian patrols are supposed to secure the M4 following a three-day…

Turkey Has Asked NATO for Additional Assistance on Syria

Sputnik-Middle EastOn Sunday, just three days after Russia brokered a ceasefire between Turkey and Syria in the wayward Syrian province of Idlib, the Turkish president threatened to take unilateral action if the ceasefire fell through. Ankara has asked NATO for additional assistance to help shore up the border with Syria, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan…

Russian Military Delegation to Push Turkey to Respect Syrian Sovereignty

Sputnik-Middle East The delegates are expected to come to the Turkish capital on Tuesday. Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar said they will discuss joint patrols in Syria’s restive Idlib region, starting Sunday. A Russian military delegation will travel to Ankara this week to pressure Turkey into respecting Syria’s sovereignty, Col. Gen. Leonid Ivashov revealed on…

Erdogan Threatens Unilateral Action in Idlib

Sputnik-Middle East Russia brokered a ceasefire between Turkey and Syria on Thursday, which wrapped up weeks of fighting in Syria’s last rebel-held province that caused dozens of casualties on both sides. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has threatened to take unilateral action in Syria’s Idlib if the Russia-brokered ceasefire deal is not adhered to. “If…