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Greece is buying Belh@rra frigates

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Greece is buying, probably Belh@rra frigates, as at the invitation of his French colleague, the Greek defence minister travelled to Paris to explore future cooperation and sign a statement of intent between the two countries to proceed.

“We talked about equipment difficulties pertaining to the Greek Navy’s provision of two frigates to the United States Navy.

“We have signed a declaration of intent between the two countries to move the process forward,” Greek Defense Minister Nikos Panagiotopoulos said in Paris, announcing the official opening of negotiations on the purchase of two Belh@rra frigates. “We have signed a declaration of intent between the two countries to move the process forward,” he added.

Because the French are requesting that the contract be finished by the end of January 2020, Nikos Panagiotopoulos and Florence Parley have signed a letter of intent (LOI) today as part of an ambitious effort to expedite the process so that it can be completed within one hundred days.

YPG – Ready to Start Ground Operations

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YPG - Ready to Start Ground Operations

According to reports, the YPG is ready to start ground operations. The heavy bombardment has been carried out in various Kurdish areas near the Turkish-Syrian border in recent hours. Aside from military positions, the Turkish air force is continually strafing villages and civilian areas with precision.

Citizens are fleeing their homes and villages in droves because they are terrified. Despite the fact that Turkish air forces have carried out a large number of unsuccessful bombings so far, some of them have already killed and injured a large number of Kurdish people.

The media centre manager for the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) announced that they will clash with the Turks in order to prevent them from crossing the border. “We will employ all of our available resources to combat Turkish aggression.”

Turkey attacks Kurdish regions in Syria

Turkey attacks Kurdish regions in Syria

Turkey attacks Kurdish regions in Syria as forces from Turkey cross the Syrian border today, commencing an operation in Kurdish-majority portions of the country’s northern border region.

The airborne bombardment had taken place just an hour before this report was written. In Tal Abyad, Serê Kanye, Qamishlo, and Ain Issa, Turkish fighter jets have carried out a massive bombardment on military positions and civilian settlements.

According to initial accounts, civilians have been killed or injured in the conflict. People in Kobane, Tal Abyad, Sarekaniye, Qamislo, Derik, and Darbasiyê, as well as other border towns along the Syrian-Turkish border, are fearful, and a wave of displacement has begun.

Turkish fighter jets strike in-depth 50 kilometres in Ain Issa, within Syrian territory, with a total of 25 planes flying all over the border cities and shelling.

KURDS IN SYRIA: “We will release 15,000 ISIS prisoners if Turkey attacks”

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Officials have warned that if Turkey follows through on a promise to assault Kurds in Syria and their communities in Syria, more than 15,000 ISIS supporters will be let free.

Kurdish commanders have stated that their overstretched army will be unable to withstand a Turkish assault while also guarding the captives. Political analyst Aldar Xelil stated, “Either we fight the Turks or we guard the detainees.

“We will not be able to do both simultaneously.” Kurds have pleaded with Western governments to reduce pressure on them by accepting the return of jihadis who left to join ISIS and are now imprisoned.

Western nations have refused. The Kurdish People’s Protection Units (Kurdish PPU) are believed to be holding over 15,000 foreigners who have ties to ISIS. Experts have cautioned that if Turkey launches an attack, Nato is unlikely to intervene to protect its members.

THE KURDS ARE BETRAYED – THE DEPARTURE OF THE AMERICANS HAS BEGUN

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THE KURDS ARE BETRAYED - THE DEPARTURE OF THE AMERICANS HAS BEGUN


Erdogan and Trump had a phone call. After the call, the U.S. began to remove its troops from Syria, which is where they had been for years and are now betraying the Kurds.

After Trump talked to Erdogan on the phone, the White House said that Turkey would invade Syria. This morning, US troops began to leave the front line. Ankara hopes that the F35 will finally be taken. People aren’t sure why President Trump is doing what he is doing, and there has already been a lot of friction with Congress.

 Following Trump’s phone chat with Erdogan, the White House published a statement announcing that Turkey would enter Syrian territory. This morning, US forces began withdrawing from the front lines. Erdogan voiced optimism that the F35 would be captured at long last. Trump’s actions have been absolutely unexplainable, and there has already been a great deal of tension with Congress over them.

Edinburgh: Huge demostration for the Scottish independence

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Edinburgh: Huge demostration for the Scottish independence

The largest demonstration in support of Scottish independence is taking place today in Edinburgh, according to the organizers. It is expected that thousands of people will take to the streets of Edinburgh today to demonstrate their support for Scottish independence. It is the final march in a series of marches by the AUOB that have taken their message around the country this year, stopping in cities like Glasgow, Aberdeen, the Borders, Oban, Ayr, and Perth to spread their message. Last year, 20,000 people attended a similar event; however, it is predicted that the number would be larger this year as well.

Turkish Observation Post attacked by Syrian army

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Turkish Observation Post attacked by Syrian army

Assad’s forces launched a barrage of machine gun fire at a Turkish Observation Post in Al Eis. According to reports, the Syrian Army was ordered to strike sites in Al Eis, including the Turkish Observatory. There have been no reports of injured or killed anyone.

Netflix shows Turkey divided

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Netflix shows Turkey divided

Netflix shows Turkey divided as in the Netflix series “The Spy,” a map of Turkey with the country divided in half appears for a few seconds. It is a six-episode spy thriller series that follows the exploits of a Mossad agent in Syrian.

Turkey is depicted on a map in one of the series’ episodes, with the country’s southeastern region highlighted in yellow. This incident has produced instability in Turkey, and it is possible that Netflix may once again become a target of the Turkish government.

Fighting between Assad and SDF

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Fighting between Assad and SDF break out as Assad’s soldiers opened fire on the Syrian Democratic Forces Kurdish Forces, prompting the SDF to retaliate by beginning clashes in return. A training exercise was taking place near the point of the fight between Russian, Syrian, and Iranian forces.

It’s important to remember that the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) are an ally of the Nato Coalition in Syria.

There is approximately 50% of Syria under the hands of the Kurds, who make up the majority of the group.

BrahMos: Successful shot at 290 km

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BrahMos: Successful shot at 290 km
India Brahmos

India fired a successful shot of the BrahMos anti-ship missile as it struck its target at 290 km.

India and Russia are seeking to further extend the missile’s range and to test its ability to hit the target at a distance of about 500 km. The increase in missile range was made possible after India’s introduction of the missile control regime (MTCR) in 2016. 

The BrahMos anti-ship missile hit its target at a distance of 290 kilometres. India and Russia are attempting to extend the missile’s range even further and to demonstrate its potential to attack a target at a distance of approximately 500 kilometres. The advent of India’s missile control regime (MTCR) in 2016 made it possible to extend the range of the country’s nuclear weapons.
According to the DRDO, work on a new version of the missile with a range of up to 800 kilometres is now underway.