Daily Archives: March 5, 2017

Turkey Deploys Cobra 2 Armored Vehicles at Syrian Border

Turkey deployed its domestically produced, next-generation Cobra 2 armored vehicles to ensure security on the Turkish-Syrian border, Turkish Hürriyet newspaper reported.

Russian General Reveals Details of Palmyra’s Liberation

The success of the operation for the liberation of Syria’s Palmyra was made possible thanks to the actions of the Russian Air Force and the dedication of the Syrian military, Col. Gen. Andrei Kartapolov, the commander of the Russian military contingent in Syria, said Sunday.

Iraqi forces near government buildings in Mosul as fight against ISIS continues

SkyNews

US-backed Iraqi forces are set to reach the main government complex in Mosul, their next target in the battle to retake the city from Islamic State.

Trump calls for congressional probe into possible wiretapping of his campaign

By Joseph Weber –FoxNews.com

The White House on Sunday called for congressional investigations into its claims the Obama administration meddled in the 2016 election cycle in an attempt to gather information on then-Republican nominee Donald Trump.

Fillon France election: Candidate makes fighting speech at rally

Beleaguered French presidential candidate Francois Fillon has urged supporters to fight on, in a speech to a mass rally in Paris.

Turkey’s Erdogan makes Nazi jibe over Germany rally ban

Turkey’s president has compared German officials to Nazis, in the latest escalation in a war of words.

Pilot of crashed Syrian jet rescued in Turkey

The pilot of a Syrian military aircraft that crashed near the border between Syria and Turkey has been found alive and taken to a hospital, officials say.

This Is Why The Boss Will Crush All Your Good Ideas

Change is hard. Getting a great plan past the boss’s desk is even harder.

By Simon Constable

Trump wire-tap claim denied by ex-intelligence chief Clapper

The director of national intelligence at the time of the US election has denied there was any wire-tapping of Donald Trump or his campaign.

Jessica Hart on ‘approaching the hill’ in the ageist modelling industry

Amy Croffey

Retirement should be the last thing on a 30-year-old’s mind, but not if you’re working in the notoriously ageist and fickle modelling industry.

Dying author Amy Krouse Rosenthal writes dating profile for husband Jason

He is a man with salt and pepper hair, who loves to cook, enjoys concerts, painting, travel, and is known for his sweet, romantic gestures.

Jane Fonda speaks for the first time about childhood rape and abuse

Activist and actress Jane Fonda has spoken for the first time about being raped and sexually abused as a child, saying she was raised with “the disease to please” others.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic facing three-match ban after elbow row despite claiming Tyrone Mings jumped into his elbow

James Ducker

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is facing the prospect of a retrospective three-match ban for violent conduct after the Manchester United striker elbowed Tyrone Mings during a fractious 1-1 draw against 10-man Bournemouth at Old Trafford that dealt a severe blow to the Red Devils’ top-four hopes.

White House demands Congress investigate allegations of wiretapping by Obama

By David K. Li

The White House on Sunday demanded congressional investigation of Barack Obama, a day after President Trump accused his predecessor of politically motivated eavesdropping.

US-backed Iraqi forces launch fresh push toward Mosul old city center

US-backed Iraqi forces launched on Sunday a new push toward the Islamic State-held old city centre of Mosul, on the western bank of the Tigris river, an Iraqi military spokesman said.

Three people dead, four missing after rescue helicopter crashes into snow-covered mountains in Japan

Independent.ie Newsdesk

A rescue helicopter carrying nine people has crashed in snow-covered mountains in central Japan during a training flight, leaving three people dead and four missing.

The Politics Behind ‘Russia-gate’

Exclusive: The hysteria over “Russia-gate” continues to grow – as President Trump’s enemies circle – but at its core there may be no there there while it risks pushing the world toward nuclear annihilation, writes Robert Parry.

By Robert Parry

‘The most anticipated birth since Prince George’: Millions watch a pregnant giraffe named April

Eli Rosenberg

She is probably the only internet sensation in Harpursville, New York, a hamlet of about 3500 people in the Southern Tier region: April, a very pregnant giraffe, whose livestream video has attracted millions of viewers.

‘Significant responsibility’ on State following Tuam mass grave discovery – Minister Coveney

Denise Calnan and Shane Phelan

Minister Simon Coveney said there is a “significant responsibility” on the State following the discovery of the mass grave of babies in Tuam, Co Galway.

ՀՅԴ-ն ներկայացրեց նախընտրական իր ծրագիրը և տվեց քարոզաարշավի մեկնարկը

ԵՐԵՎԱՆ, 5 ՄԱՐՏԻ, ԱՐՄԵՆՊՐԵՍ: «Հայ Յեղափոխական Դաշնակցություն» կուսակցությունը տվեց խորհրդարանական ընտրությունների իր քարոզարշավի մեկնարկը: «Արմեհնպրես»-ի հաղորդմամբ, ՀՅԴ-ն ներկայացրեց նախընտրական ծրագիրը: Հավաքին ներկա էին ՀՅԴ համապետական և վարկանիշային թեկնածուները: ՀՅԴ ԳՄ ներկայացուցիչ, ՀՅԴ նախընտրական շտաբի պետ Աղվան Վարդանյանը, ողջունելով ներկաներին, նշեց, որ Դաշնակցությունն ի տարբերություն  շատ-շատերի, գաղափարախոսություն, ծրագիր, արժեհամակարգ, փորձառություն ունեցող կուսակցություն է։

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