- Written by Inside Syria Media Center, Information Clearing House
According to the documents at our disposal, the U.S. authorities and the Syrian Kurds reached an agreement past week on the boundaries of the Kurdish autonomy in the territory of Syria, which had been guaranteed to Kurds in case of capturing Raqqa and Al-Tabqah (34 miles to the West of Raqqa). This confirms the reports about the U.S. plans to divide Syria.
- Written by Stephen Lendman, Information Clearing House
Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova described it this way weeks after US-led terror-bombing and Iraqi ground operations began last October – long before the worst horrors ongoing now.
US-orchestrated operations are being conducted under “conditions of absolute information blockade,” Zakharova explained.
- Written by Latheef Farook
Iraq, has been a land where many great ancient civilisations flourished for more than 7,000 years. Known for the Abbasid Caliphate rule, described as the Golden years of Islamic history, was invaded and occupied by America in March 2003.
EVER since Jews were driven out of the ancient Iraqi city of Babylon, the birth place of Prophet Ibrahim, around 3000 years ago, they always dreamt of either returning there or destroying it. In March 2003, they manipulated then United States President George Bush to invade and bring Iraq under Judeo-Christian occupation.
- Written by Julie Webb-Pullman, MiddleEastMonitor
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres’s first big challenge has seen him falter, and fall.
The resignation of the Executive Secretary of the Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA) Rima Khalaf, under pressure from him to withdraw her agency’s report titled Israeli Practices towards the Palestinian People and the Question of Apartheid, and the report’s subsequent removal from the website, demand serious world attention, if the UN is to retain any semblance of independence, impartiality and integrity.
- Written by RT News
The humanitarian situation in Yemen is “increasingly unsustainable” and urgent action must be taken by both sides in the conflict, he said, adding that the situation is turning into a “deep humanitarian catastrophe,” Ahmed Benchemsi, communications and advocacy director at Human Rights Watch’s Middle East & North Africa, told RT.Saudi-led airstrikes in Yemen that killed hundreds of civilians may be war crimes, an HRW official told RT, adding that the country has plunged into a “deep humanitarian catastrophe” and calling on the US, UK and France to stop selling weapons to Riyadh.