+++ ISIS-Terror im News-Ticker +++Dschihad-Jedis: Türkische IS-Kämpfer

+++ ISIS-Terror im News-Ticker +++Dschihad-Jedis: Türkische IS-Kämpfer … Irak, Syrien, Libyen – in diesen Ländern wütet die Terrormiliz „Islamischer Staat“ besonders brutal. Im Irak bleibt die Lage angespannt. In Syrien hat das Assad-Regime Gebiete an den IS verloren, allerdings kämpft inzwischen Russland an der Seite des … Read more on FOCUS Online Neues Horror-Video | ISIS … Continue reading +++ ISIS-Terror im News-Ticker +++Dschihad-Jedis: Türkische IS-Kämpfer

+++ ISIS-Terror im News-Ticker +++: Merkel und Li wollen in Syrien-Krise

+++ ISIS-Terror im News-Ticker +++: Merkel und Li wollen in Syrien-Krise … Irak, Syrien, Libyen – in diesen Ländern wütet die Terrormiliz „Islamischer Staat“ besonders brutal. Im Irak bleibt die Lage angespannt. In Syrien hat das Assad-Regime Gebiete an den IS verloren, allerdings kämpft inzwischen Russland an der Seite des … Read more on FOCUS Online … Continue reading +++ ISIS-Terror im News-Ticker +++: Merkel und Li wollen in Syrien-Krise

Poroshenko Will Remain President Only as Long as Washington Needs Him

German historian Michael Pesek wrote an open letter to the Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and explained to him what it means to be an American ‘partner’. The examples of Saddam Hussein, Gaddafi, Mobutu Sese Seko and many others are described to help the Ukrainian President appreciate how Washington treats its ‘friends’. This article originally appeared at RT … Continue reading Poroshenko Will Remain President Only as Long as Washington Needs Him

Ukrainian Martial Law Bill Could Pave the Way for Internment Camps to Detain “Anti-Ukrainians”

The article originally appeared at RT Deutsch. Translated for RI by Kristina Aleshnikova   Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has spoken in parliament (Verkhovna Rada) in favor of Bill 2451 “On the Legal Regime of Martial Law.” This paves the way for comprehensive curfews as well as the construction of internment camps for “citizens whose native country … Continue reading Ukrainian Martial Law Bill Could Pave the Way for Internment Camps to Detain “Anti-Ukrainians”