NETANYAHU IS CREATING EXTERNAL THREATS AND DIVISION IN ISRAEL TO GET RE-ELECTED

In order to get re-elected come the 17th of September, current Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, is looking to cause division amongst opposing Parties and seeks to scare the Israeli population into submission by creating conflict with neighboring countries.

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BARZANI ELECTED PRESIDENT OF KURDISTAN REGION

Lawmakers have elected Nechirvan Barzani as president of the semi-autonomous Kurdistan region of Iraq. The Kurdistan Democratic Party’s deputy leader, Nechirvan Barzani, won 68 votes in the 111-seat parliament. The parliament proceedings were boycotted by the region’s second-biggest party, the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan. The Patriotic Union wants to split key regional posts among the […]

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DENMARK AND GERMANY SUSPEND MILITARY TRAINING IN IRAQ

The Dutch and German governments have suspended their military training missions in Iraq due to increasing regional tensions. Regional threats have prompted the Dutch military to suspend training of Iraqi forces in Erbil city. Germany has also suspended military training operations in Iraq because of the hostile regional situation. The German Defence Ministry said the […]

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CENTCOM, BRITAIN DIVIDED ON TEHRAN THREAT IN IRAQ

Washington and London have differed over whether Iran poses a threat to US troops in Iraq. The US military has reaffirmed its concerns about possible danger to its forces. This comes after a senior British commander in the US-led coalition said there is no imminent threat from Tehran in the region. The US military’s Central Command issued […]

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IRAN: TEHRAN ANNOUNCES PARTIAL WITHDRAWAL FROM AGREEMENT

Which has partially withdrawn from the 2015 nuclear deal by reducing voluntary commitments.   Iran informed ambassadors from the UK, France, Germany, China and Russia of its decision. The withdrawal includes a two-month deadline for the E-U to implement its alternative trade agreement. The already tense situation was escalated by a fresh wave of sanctions […]

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