Barcelona and Cambrils Attacks: Again and Again, Mossad Targets Europe

Barcelona and Cambrils Attacks: Again and Again, Mossad Targets Europe

The latest terror attacks in Spain cannot be seen in isolation. There is an interrelationship of the terrorism-related attacks in the US, Europe, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen etc., and elsewhere in the world, which are part of the double game of the US, Israel and India who are in connivance with ISIL to seek revenge against Russia and the Muslims.

The monster is already inside America

The monster is already inside America

Elena Ponomareva, Russian political scientist, historian, publicist, doctor of political sciences, professor of MGIMO, president of the International Institute for the Development of Scientific Cooperation, talked about the current state of affairs in the US-Russian relations in an exclusive interview with Pravda.Ru.

Soviet Union to rise from ashes in 21st century

Soviet Union to rise from ashes in 21st century

The Soviet Union collapsed in December 1991. The break-up of the Soviet Union took everyone by surprise, including the ruling elite of the United States. Vladimir Putin described the disintegration of the USSR as “the largest geopolitical catastrophe of the 20th century.” Was it possible to avoid the collapse of the largest country in the world? Today, it is generally believed that it was impossible to preserve the USSR the way it had existed since 1922.

Restoration of Aleppo is Well Under Way

Restoration of Aleppo is Well Under Way

According to Inside Syria Media Center military correspondence on the ground, Aleppo, the largest Syrian city is beginning to come back to peaceful life. Just in December a number of districts of the city were held by terrorists, who were destroying urban infrastructure and keeping entire region in fear.

Trump, Leading the World towards Nuclear Wars

Trump, Leading the World towards Nuclear Wars

After the World War II, nuclear weapons were never used, and were only employed as a strategic threat. During the heightened days of the Cold War, many crises arose in Suez Canal, Korea, Cuba and Vietnam when the US and the former Soviet Union were willing to use atomic weapons, but they stopped because of the fear of nuclear war which could result into political suicide of both the super powers. Therefore, the two rivals preferred to resolve their differences through diplomacy.


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