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Trump White House sanctions Turkey. EU does nothing

Trump White House sanctions Turkey. EU does nothing The Duran: Episode 833. United States sanctions Turkey over Russian missiles S-400 United States sanctions Turkey over Russian missiles S-400 The US State Department announced on Monday that it imposes sanction to Turkey for the purchase and testing of Russian S-400 missiles. The sanctions are imposed under…

Coronavirus & Sanctions Have Plunged Iran’s Currency To Lowest Level In History

On Monday Iran announced it suffered its highest single-day death toll from the coronavirus since the pandemic began, with 272 confirmed dead, up from the 251 deceased from the disease the day before. The grim report also came alongside news that two senior government officials were infected - the head of Iran's atomic energy organization as…

How Exceptional America Is

How Exceptional America Is Eric Zuesse, originally posted at Strategic Culture America is becoming exceptionally exceptional. In some votes at the U.N. General Assembly — the Assembly of nations — only Israel,  or one or two other U.S. allies, vote along with it, and all others either vote against it, or else abstain in order…

EU turns itself into pretzel over Belarus & Turkey sanctions. Blames failure on Cyprus

Via Cyprus Mail (https://cyprus-mail.com/2020/09/23/christodoulides-cyprus-did-not-veto-eu-sanctions-on-belarus/)… Nicosia did not decide to veto an EU decision to impose sanctions against Belarus unless the bloc also took action against Turkey, Foreign Minister Nicos Christodoulides said on Wednesday. Cyprus did, however, insist that the agreement at foreign ministers’ level on the discussion of both issues be implemented, he said. Numerous…

Lithuania blocks the development of its own economy

Admittedly, a lot of good happened over the last years in Lithuania, but unfortunately we have also see political leadership that is not interested in developing their own country. Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov slammed Lithuania’s alleged “undemocratic methods” to support the Belarusian opposition. “We see attempts to unbalance the situation. As a matter of…

Despite threats, the U.S. will not sanction India over its relations with Russia

Paul Antonopoulos, independent geopolitical analyst… After Russia, the U.S. is the second largest arms exporter to India. As a major Washington defense partner, New Delhi signed two $3.5 billion arms purchase agreements earlier this year. However, U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Clarke Cooper reiterated Washington’s supposed dismay over India’s military purchases from Russia. Issuing a warning,…

‘Russiagate’ Hoax Unravels, but Their Anti-Russia Sanctions Don’t.

Eric Zuesse It was reported only on ‘fringe’ media (such as “Disobedient Media” now gone from the Web) until recently. However, the evidence that the entire “Russiagate” charge — that Russia’s Government had “hacked” the Democratic National Committee in 2016 — is an Obama Administration hoax (which was continued into Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report),…

Life in the Syrian Arab Republic goes on despite foreign occupation and sanctions

Submitted by Olivia Kroth… In spite of western imposed sanctions on Syria, life goes on in the Syrian Arab Republic. People are surviving and doing their daily business. Pupils go to school, students attend universities. Trade and commerce are doing well. Agriculture is producing plenty of food, this summer of 2020. Syria is a predominantly…

Despite more sanction threats, Nord Stream 2 close to completion (Video)

The Duran’s Alex Christoforou and Editor-in-Chief Alexander Mercouris discuss more sanction threats from US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, as the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline between Russia and Germany is set to be completed and operational by early 2021. Support Free Speech: Subscribe to The Duran on YouTube – Find us on BitChute. The Duran Audio…

The new US sanctions escalate the suffering of the Syrian people

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator The Editorial Board of The Washington Post published an opinion on June 24, “Syria’s brutal dictatorship suffers a severe setback”. It is an opinion; however, they must be held responsible for factually incorrect statements. They call the Assad government of Syria the “Middle East’s most brutal dictatorship”.  President Assad is an elected president, having…
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