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The US foreign policy on Syria was dictated by the King of Saudi ArabiaINTERVIEWS

The US foreign policy on Syria was dictated by the King of Saudi Arabia

Steven Sahiounie political commentator The King of Saudi Arabia is the only absolute monarch on earth. In his country, you
US Fears Pressure Might Push Turkey Towards Russia, Will Still Sanction It Over S-400s – ReportPolitics

US Fears Pressure Might Push Turkey Towards Russia, Will Still Sanction It Over S-400s – Report

By Tim Korso The Trump administration is trying to find a new approach to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, as
Deadliest year in Afghanistan for US since official end of opsPolitics

Deadliest year in Afghanistan for US since official end of ops

Twenty American soldiers have been recorded this year among those killed during the US conflicts in Afghanistan, making 2019 the
Russian Warplanes Wiped Out Ahrar Al-Sham Convoy In Southern IdlibSecurity

Russian Warplanes Wiped Out Ahrar Al-Sham Convoy In Southern Idlib

On December 25, the Russian Aerospace Forces bombed a military convoy of Ahrar al-Sham moving near the town of Kafr
Part 2: Turkish mercenaries, FSA, execute Syrian Armenian priest, and his fatherINTERVIEWS

Part 2: Turkish mercenaries, FSA, execute Syrian Armenian priest, and his father

Steven Sahiounie, political commentator Note: this is part 2 of a 2 part investigation of the FSA, Turkey and their
US-China trade deal must meet Trump’s demands, or elsePolitics

US-China trade deal must meet Trump’s demands, or else

Steven Sahiounie, political commentator US President Donald J. Trump has campaigned on a ‘tough on China’ policy to US voters,
Western terrorists are coming home to roostMiddle East

Western terrorists are coming home to roost

Steven Sahiounie, political commentator Turkey is deporting terrorists to their country of origin. President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said Tuesday, “Some
Iraqi protestors: they demand basic services and an end to corruptionMiddle East

Iraqi protestors: they demand basic services and an end to corruption

Steven Sahiounie, political commentator Nearly 300 protestors in Iraq have been killed, and 9,800 wounded since protests began on October