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France to sell the two Russian Mistral Ships to Egypt

The series of good news for Egypt seems to continue. An announcement made today by Hervé Guillou, CEO of the French DCNS  group to a German magazine stated that Egypt is now negotiating with the approval of Russia, for the transfer of the contract of the two Mistral class landing ships, The Vladivostok and Sebastopol, to the Egyptian navy. The ...

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Tunisia: a US spy plane over mount Chaambi

It was by pure hazard that we have discovered on Flightradar24, the strange behavior of an unidentified aircraft in the Tunisian sky. A Beech 300 Super Kingair, registered N351DY belonging to an unfamiliar American private company, took off from the small airport of the tiny Italian Pantellaria island at 10 am today, then headed West to Tunisia, over Kasserine. What ...

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New Pictures of Iraqi Mi35

These two pics has been taken in a hangar belonging the Russian Helicopters plant in Rostov Na Dunu in Russia. The Iraqi flag can be seen clearly on these two pictures. The front picture shows the Flir (probably a Sagem) and the missile mounts togather with the S6 Rocket pod. The Blades seems metallic.In November 7 Iraq has recieved a ...

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SD3 Exclusive: First pictures of Iraqi night Havocs

Even tough the information regarding the fact that Iraqi air forces ordered a batch of Mi28 NE from Russia are known and confirmed, since the firsts hints in october 2012. These two pictures, taken in the Rostov on Don plant, shows the paint scheme chosen by the client and gives an outlook on some equipments on the chopper. So far 23 ...

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Cairo will buy a spy satellite from …. Russia

Despite the awkwardness of the timing, it seems that Russia will build and launch a remote sensing spacecraft for Egypt. The spy satellite that will be built by the Russian aerospace manufacturer Energia, will be launched by the end of this year, said a responsible of the space corporation to Interfax agency during MAKS airshow. The panchromatic satellite will have ...

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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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