World War

(PressTV) – ‘Russia not working on Iran sanctions’

A senior Russian diplomat says his country will not support what he called crippling sanctions against Iran over its nuclear program. Read More Here

(PressTV) – China puts off military exchanges with US: Pentagon

The Pentagon says that Beijing has put off several high-profile military exchanges with Washington over the US military’s 6.4-billion-dollar arms deal with Taiwan. Read More Here

(PressTV) – Ahmadinejad blasts duplicity in fighting terror

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad censure what he describes as self-proclaimed anti-terror fighters for their double standards in countering terrorists. Read More Here

(Reuters) – Russia warns West against “crippling” Iran sanctions

A senior Russian diplomat warned the West on Wednesday against trying to paralyze Iran by targeting the Islamic Republic’s energy and banking sectors with crippling sanctions. Read More Here

(StopNato) – South Atlantic: Britain May Provoke New Conflict With Argentina

On February 22 two major developments occurred in the Americas south of the Rio Grande. The two-day Rio Group summit opened in Mexico and Great Britain started drilling for oil 60 miles north of the Falklands Islands, known as Las Malvinas to Argentina. Read More Here

(InformationClearingHouse) – A Report From The Afghanistan Resistance – Marjah Operations are an Exemplary Lesson for the Invaders – Read More Here

(ChinaDaily) – China Circled by Chain of US Anti-Missile Systems

Washington appears determined to surround China with US-built anti-missile systems, military scholars have observed. Read More Here

(Reuters) – U.S. Patriot Missiles in Poland Early April: Report

WARSAW – Poland is set to host a battery of U.S. Patriot missiles and the American troops to man it from the start of April, PAP news agency said Sunday. Read More Here

CNN Poll: Seven in 10 Americans Believe Iran has Nuclear Weapons – Read More Here

(RussiaToday) – Video: Russian Chief of Staff – US Plans to Strike Iran

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