View from Washington regarding Boko Haram: Is it a FTO?

By Scott Morgan                            Recently a Press Event was held at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. by CANAN (Christian Association of Nigerian-Americans.) There was a specific reason for the timing of this event. It is hoped that the United States will take similar action to what has recently been taken by Great Britain regarding the Terrorist Group Boko ...

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Are the United States of America preparing for nuclear war in Syria?

Apart from the “classic” deployment of aircraft carriers, guided missile destroyers and cruise missile laden submarines, the USA have in this instance sent, in a preemptive fashion, equipment and systems never used in past conflicts, not even during the Gulf wars. Such systems are not offensive and are built to survive a nuclear holocaust; hence, their role is to insure ...

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Ex Belarussians Su 24 finally sold to Sudan

The long standing mystery around the fate of the withdrawn tactical bomber jets Su 24 from Belarus is finally solved. After rumors of a transfer to Yemen, the dozen of retired bombers were spotted in  Wadi Sayyidna Air Base near Um Dorman in Sudan, together with Belarusian personnel and crews. Sudanese air forces received very recently a batch of second ...

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