Posts Tagged ‘convoys’

Convoys head to Jerusalem to demand state inquiry into submarine affair

Convoys of vehicles were making their way to Jerusalem on Saturday afternoon to protest in front of the High Court of Justice and demand the formation of a state commission of inquiry that would probe the so-called submarine affair. The affair, also known as Case 3000, revolves around allegations of a massive bribery scheme in […]

IRANIAN RESISTANCE AXIS STRIKES BACK. CONVOYS WITH US EQUIPMENT BLOWING UP IN IRAQ

Video Source On September 3, an explosion of an improvised explosive device (IED) targeted a convoy with equipment of the US-led coalition in the southern Iraqi province of Dhi Qar. Iraqi troops that were escorting the convoy suffered no casualties. According to local sources, no significant damage was caused to the equipment. Following the incident, […]

Protesters meet US military convoys streaming through Europe ‘preparing for war’

Estonia holds largest drills in its modern history with over a dozen NATO allies Destined for the three Baltic states and Poland, Romania, Bulgaria, and Hungary, the convoys are part of a brigade of 3,300 US troops, who along with their 2,500 pieces of equipment recently docked in Antwerp, Belgium. Their arrival in Europe is […]

New Video Emerges Of ISIS Convoys Leaving Raqqa Under US Coalition Watch

Submitted by Leith Fadel via Al-Masdar News: New footage has recently emerged which offers further confirmation that the US coalition facilitated the exit of Islamic State terrorists from Raqqa when the city was liberated in October. Fighters of the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) confirmed from Raqqa that they had shot the […]

Will taxpayers foot the cleanup bill for bankrupt coal companies?

Patrick McGinley (TC) : Coal’s share of the U.S. energy market is rapidly plunging. Low-cost fracking-generated natural gas has overtaken the use of coal at America’s power plants. Impending implementation of the Obama administration’s proposed Clean Power Plan, which would place stringent regulations on coal-fired power plant emissions, has also helped to drive coal production […]

After Palmyra: Syrian Army takes strategic mountain range near Al-Qaryatayn (plus ceasefire updates)

     The Syrian Army backed by popular forces has taken control over the Suniyat-Homs mountain range, two kilometers away from the town of Al-Qaryatayn, in central Syria. The operation to liberate the Christian town of Al-Qaryatayn from Daesh militants began on Saturday morning. Covered by artillery fire, vanguard units of the army and its allies […]

‘Ruling is just, but no relief’: Brother of Igor Kornelyuk on Savchenko’s verdict – EXCLUSIVE

Ukrainian pilot Savchenko gets 22 years in Russian prison, sings through reading of final verdict “The ruling is just. Evil must be punished. We do not feel relieved, not really. But we feel somehow lighter now that she is to go to jail. Although, I wonder whether she will actually be put into prison…” Oleg […]

Jewish terrorist (settler) Yuli Edelstein who supports illegal settlements allowed to address British Parliament

Knesset Speaker ‘proud to be a settler’ ahead of British Parliament address Yuli Edelstein, Israeli Knesset Speaker. [File photo] Israeli Knesset Speaker Yuli Edelstein has said he is “proud to represent the Knesset and the State of Israel, including as a settler of Judea and Samaria [the West Bank],” ahead of a controversial visit to […]

French Teacher Lied About ISIS School Attack

The French teacher who was allegedly stabbed in the neck by an assailant shouting pro-ISIS slogans, made the entire story up, French prosecutors have announced. Following the Paris attacks in November, the preschool teacher sparked further hysteria on Monday, claiming he was attacked by a balaclava-wearing man yelling “This is for Daesh. It’s a warning.” The […]

Synapse discovery suggests earlier detection of Alzheimer’s

     A team of researchers led by UNSW Australia scientists has discovered how connections between brain cells are destroyed in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease – work that opens up a new avenue for research on possible treatments for the degenerative brain condition. “One of the first signs of Alzheimer’s disease is the loss […]

New Police Uniforms Become Laughing Stock of the Internet

By RT Bavaria police have received some brand new protective gear that officers will don while managing high-threat security crisis. The new gear was unveiled this week in Munich by Joachim Herrmann, Germany’s interior minister. The Class-4 protection suits featuring an overcoat with ceramic composite plates and a titanium […]

Libyan army convoys flee across Sahara carrying cash and gold

  David SmithGuardian September 7, 2011 The hunt for Muammar Gaddafi has widened across Africa after Libyan army convoys crossed hundreds of miles of desert into neighbouring Niger, rumoured to be bound for Burkina Faso. Tantalising clues of a possible escape route for Gaddafi filled the void created by the disappearance of the ousted leader whose face […]

Libya: Gaddafi sons and loyalist convoys ‘have fled strongholds’

Martin ChulovLondon Guardian Saturday, September 3, 2011 Members of the Gaddafi family were believed to have fled the town of Bani Walid on Saturday after residents raised rebel flags in a show of defiance. Rebel leaders in the nearby town of Tahouna said loyalist convoys had been seen leaving military bases ahead of an assault […]

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