Russia warned on Thursday that a serious escalation in the conflict in Donbass could “destroy” Ukraine as NATO voiced concern over what it said was a big Russian military build-up near eastern Ukraine. Unverified social media footage has suggested Russia has been moving large quantities of tanks, armoured personnel carriers and other equipment to regions that border Ukraine as … Continue reading NATO warns against Russian military build-up near eastern Ukraine
President Donald Trump wasted no time taking a poke at his French host Friday as he arrived in Paris for events marking the 100th anniversary of the armistice that ended World War I, tweeting as he landed that President Emmanuel Macron had made an "insulting" proposal to build up Europe's military to counter the … Continue reading Trump says France not doing enough to sustain NATO
Turkey's central bank took action Monday to free up cash for banks as the country grapples with a currency crisis sparked by concerns over President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's economic policies and a trade and diplomatic dispute with the United States. The Turkish lira has nosedived over the past week, accelerating a months-long decline, and tumbled … Continue reading Why the Turkish lira keeps falling
Cyber attacks have been on the rise in recent months, but Petya ransomware, the latest global malware attacks spreading through computers around the world as at this moment, highlights the growing danger of third-party software installations. Government agencies, private/public firms, and individuals have fallen victims to this global threat. Petya ransomware reportedly started from Russia … Continue reading What do you know about the trending global attacks from Petya Ransomware?
TEHRAN (Tasnim) – The former Secretary-General of Turkey’s National Security Council said those behind last week’s failed military coup had pledged allegiance to NATO and would have pursued the alliance’s policies had the coup attempt succeeded. Image shows Turkey's Retired General Tuncer Kılınç. Speaking to the Tasnim News Agency, Tuncer Kılınç, who is also a retired … Continue reading Revealed: Coup Plotters Wanted To Implement NATO Policies, Ex-General Says.
Turkey has received warnings from the EU, NATO and other world bodies, against imposing the capital punishment on those alleged to have taken part in Friday's failed coup. The consequences of not heeding the warnings can never be over emphasized. Restoring the death penalty against those involved in the failed coup would rule out future membership … Continue reading Turkey Ordered Not To Impose The Death Penalty On Coup Plotters.
The United States can stop the imminent risk of a nuclear war between NATO and Russia but with huge sacrifices. U.S and the alliance are dependent on Sweden and Finland (non-NATO Members) for help which makes it a hard task to save the Baltic states from Russia. Image: Russia's military strength. There's nothing as difficult … Continue reading Can The U.S. Stop Russia / NATO Nuclear War?
A potential catastrophe looms upon NATO and Russia if the West fails to take necessary steps that'll help avoid a nuclear war by acting fast in securing Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. In a year's time, according to an online report, NATO risks a nuclear war with Russia if defence capabilities in the Baltic states is not strengthened … Continue reading NATO Risks Nuclear War With Russia Within A Year.
The Secretary of Defense, Ash Carter confirmed while traveling in Germany on Tuesday that Italy has volunteered to lead any pending operations against Islamic State in Libya. Carter’s comments came during a press conference just after attending a change-of-command ceremony for U.S. European Command. Joined by Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Marine Corps … Continue reading NATO Confirms Italy, Not U.S. Will Lead The Fight Against ISIS In Libya.