Media Watch

'19Jan
28

Hezbollah: Bahraini Regime Resorts to Reckless, Malicious Policies against People

Hezbollah issued on Monday a statement in which it strongly condemned the Bahraini Court of Cassation’s sentence to life imprisonment against opposition leader Sheikh Ali Salman and former deputies Sheikh Hassan...
'19Jan
27

Discovery of Hezbollah 'attack tunnels' rattle a northern Israeli town

METULA, Israel — A soldier rushes up to a farmer who had just skirted a metal gate to get onto a patch of red earth."Move back," thesoldier commands as the hum of a generator fills the air."But this is _my_ land,"...
'19Jan
25

(PE) Press Review

Sofia, January 25 (BTA) HIGHLIGHTSBoth "Troud" and "Douma" have a front-page story on the amendments to the Personal Data Protection Act adopted conclusively by Parliament on Thursday."Troud": Any media misusing...
'19Jan
25

‘Eye of the Storm’: Venezuelan Streets Quiet as People Watch Guaido’s Next Move

In comments before the Organization of American States in Washington, DC, Thursday, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called Maduro's government "illegitimate" and "undemocratic to the core." He rejected Maduro's...
'19Jan
24

Today's NATO Mission Is to Preserve Itself

Washington is filled with outrage these days, and most of it surrounds President Donald Trump. But sometimes it arises for the wrong reasons. Years ago, Trump chastised our feckless allies for expecting the United...
'19Jan
24

New Strategy Encourages Innovation, Better Intel Sharing

Jan. 23, 2019 News By Jim Garamone Defense.gov In-Depth Coverage WASHINGTON -- The latest iteration of the National Intelligence Strategy aims at encouraging innovation and sharing information and intelligence...
'19Jan
23

How Ukraine’s “terrorist threat” is a real threat to civil rights

The campaign "Invisible voters", Kyiv, March 20, 2018. Source: Civic Holding Group "Vplyv". It is 11 May 2014. Local residents in Dobropillya, a town in Donetsk region, are crowding round the only organised “...
'19Jan
23

Independence and the Iraqi Kurds

The first notable, historical mention of the Kurds is widely thought to be the Sharafnama, or The Book of Honour, by the medieval Kurdish poet Sharaf al-Din Bitlisi in 1597. Written by a Kurd about his own people,...
'19Jan
22

Al-Jaafari: Return of Golan to Syria’s sovereignty is firm, non-negotiable right

New York, SANA-Syria’s permanent representative to the UN, Dr. Bashar al-Jaafari said on Tuesday that the Israeli enemy aggressions on Syria would have never been carried out without the unlimited support provided...
'19Jan
22

[Analysis] France and Germany hope to revive EU with Aachen treaty

It marked the 56th anniversary of the Elysee treaty, a cornerstone of Franco-German reconciliation after the second world war. "74 years, a single human lifetime, after the end of the second world war, what seems...

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