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Putin prepares for worse case scenario Biden assault on Armenia & Syria

*****News Topic 140***** Putin In Rare Rebuke To Erdogan: Stop Sending Mercenaries To Caucasus Putin In Rare Rebuke To Erdogan: Stop Sending Mercenaries To Caucasus It’s been an ‘open secret’ even making its way into mainstream media in the West that Turkey has been overseeing the transfer of hundreds or possibly thousands of foreign jihadists…

Russia warns: “All necessary assistance” to Armenia if conflict expanded

Russia warns: “All necessary assistance” to Armenia if conflict expanded The Duran: Episode 724 Russia to ‘assist’ Armenia if conflict with Azerbaijan spreads beyond Nagorno-Karabakh. Russia has pledged Armenia “all necessary assistance” if the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict expands to Armenian territory. Shelling has broken a fourth internationally mediated cease-fire bid. Russia to ‘assist’ Armenia if conflict…

Spike in Boycotts of Turkish Goods and Services; Consumers Cite Warmongering as Cause

Six days into the renewed attacks by the Azerbaijan-Turkey-Israeli axis on Armenia and Artsakh, many countries have come forward to denounce the warmongers. But none of these condemning nations has yet to put any meaningful actions behind its words. Consequently, everyday people who have stakes in the conflict-or are simply upholding their values-are imposing their…

Russian brokered Nagorno-Karabakh ceasefire in trouble

****News Topic 93***** Nearly 4,000 Syrian and Libyan militants in Azerbaijan: ex-Armenian ambassador. Nearly 4,000 Syrian and Libyan militants in Azerbaijan: ex-Armenian ambassador BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:35 P.M.) – An Armenian diplomat said that about 4,000 militants loyal to Turkey from Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham (formerly Jabhat Al-Nusra) and the Sultan Murad Brigade arrived in Karabakh from…

Turkey’s Recep Erdogan throws support behind Azerbaijan [Video]

Turkey’s leader Recep Erdogan is a problematic leader for both Russia and the United States. His country, Turkey is a NATO member. Yet Mr. Erdogan buys Russian weaponry against American wishes, and he is taking his country in an increasingly sectarian direction, recently getting the Hagia Sophia to restart services as a mosque (this is…

Azerbaijan – Armenia conflict has a long and terrible history [Video]

A fact little known in the West, and one that was largely unknown during the Soviet period, was that not all was peace, love and grooviness in that gigantic Communist empire. Two republics, Azerbaijan and Armenia, share a long and bloody history that in recent weeks has flared up again enough to make news reports…

Erdogan risks everything in conflict with Armenia (and Russia) as world condemns Azerbaijan

Via RT (https://www.rt.com/russia/501967-karabakh-conflict-russia-turkey-relations/) Azerbaijan has never forgotten its 1990s humiliation at the hands of Armenia. Now stronger than its sworn enemy, and emboldened by Turkish support, Baku’s assertiveness is creating a headache for Moscow. Russian president Vladimir Putin once complained that communist leader Vladimir Lenin had placed a ‘time bomb’ under Russia. He had in…

Armenia & Azerbaijan in state of war, “total military mobilization.” Lavrov calls for ceasefire

No immediate interest from Washington since it can’t easily parlay it into a NATO expansion but it’s probably whispering into Turkey’s ear. “Turkey has transferred ‘Syrian rebel’ units to join the fighting on Azerbaijan’s side.” Boy, they’re in for a surprise when they discover Azeris are 90% Shi’a. I wonder what stance Georgia will take,…

Erdogan transferring militants. Conflict erupts between Armenia and Azerbaijan.

ptd September 28, 2020 Erdogan has shown to be an inept fool who thinks he can play the big game by involving Turkey in Syria, Libya, Greece and now Azerbaijan. Meanwhile the Turkish economy is imploding and he thinks that somehow trying to turn the people attention with these wars is going to keep him in…

Mr. Pashinyan and his entourage

Two years ago the political regime in Armenia was changed as a result of protest actions. Among the reasons for the protests in 2018 were: corruption, low living standards, high unemployment, Serzh Sargsyan’s ineffective leadership of the country as President of Armenia and his subsequent promotion to the post of Prime Minister. The so-called “Velvet…

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