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The President of CYBERPOL Ricardo Baretzky announced today that the deal to host CyberPOL SoC with Protecting Tomorrow, a nonprofit company in the USA, has been declined and suspended. He stated that the decision was made under Art. 18.5 of the CyberPOL organizational statutes granting the President full and complete powers to veto rights in all cases with regards to all decisions made by the general assembly that is not in the organization interest.
President Donald Trump announced on Monday night his administration’s plans to continue the engagement of the United States military in Afghanistan, a strategy meant to combat the influence of the Taliban and the ISIS affiliate in the country that will for go a formal timetable and instead rely upon “conditions on the ground” to guide U.S. activities.
Russia will hold its regular presidential election on March 18, 2018. In accordance with the Russian legislation, Vladimir Putin can nominate his own candidacy for a new term in the office.
Jim W. Dean - VT was right again. We smelled right away that this new desert fight in Syria was not a skirmish that Damascus had assigned to some throwaway militias to give them something to do.
RT/Moscow: Tehran kicked off the mass production of a main battle tank called Karrar at a ceremony attended by Iran’s defense minister. The tank...
Was one of the reasons for the terror attacks on France to weaken and discredit Francois Hollande in order to re-install the Israeli puppet Sarkozy?
Jim W. Dean - The US is definitely in the cross hairs and the thinly veiled accusations are increasing, with this past week's Turkish claim of not only CIA but FBI "assistance and training" with some of the coup plotters close to the Gulen group.
There have been many reasons put forward over the years for why the Falklands War of 1982 happened, both official and conspiratorial. It has...