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Syria: a military analysis

Syria: a military analysis

__________ 28 April 2016, Pravda Syria: a military analysis Thanks to their military intervention in Syria, the Russians were able to project their power in a way unexpected and completely new from the past. The United States has lost the primacy in long distance attacks because Kalibr Russian missiles have shown that Putin’s Russia can […]

Obama will pay a visit to Saudi Arabia, vying to help Israel obtain Tiran and Sanafir Islands

Obama will pay a visit to Saudi Arabia, vying to help Israel obtain Tiran and Sanafir Islands

The Israeli website “Hona Ma’ak Dayeman” revealed that Maj.Gen. Ram Rothberg, the Commander of the Israeli Navy has allegedly asked President Obama to bring the matter of Tiran and Sanafir Islands in his talks with the Saudi king in his Wednesday’s tour to the Middle-East in order to help Israel procure the two strategic islands in the Red Sea.

The Unseen Enemy PTSD Continues To Take Its Toll

The Unseen Enemy PTSD Continues To Take Its Toll

PTSD is really a reaction to being exposed to death, and anyone who’s been exposed to death in even a single incident, like a car accident ~ you don’t want to go back and think about that all the time. But you can’t not think about it.

Judge sentenced for ordering electric shock on defendant in court

Judge sentenced for ordering electric shock on defendant in court

A judge who ordered the electric shock of a defendant in court has been fined and put on probation. Robert C Nalley, a former judge in Maryland, was sentenced to anger management classes and a year on probation, and was hit with a $5,000 fine on Thursday. Nalley pled guilty to deprivation of rights under […]

TASS: Russian servicemen test high-speed military Internet in Syria operation

TASS: Russian servicemen test high-speed military Internet in Syria operation

… by Ian Greenhalgh As TASS today reported, Russia has not only been upgrading it’s weapons systems it has also upgraded it’s battlefield comms systems. This is another example of how procurement of the latest systems need not cost billions and take years to accomplish; we in the West have grown accustomed to high pricing […]

Man behind gutting of Voting Rights Act: ‘I agonise’ over decision’s impact

Man behind gutting of Voting Rights Act: ‘I agonise’ over decision’s impact

Andrew Gumbel for Guardian.UK Meet Edward Blum, who has led legal challenges to civil rights protections in recent years – from an attack on affirmative action to a call to rewrite electoral representation rules. He says it’s all about ‘one person, one vote’ Abigail Fisher, who challenged the use of race in college admissions, right, […]

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