gallery Selected Articles: Terrorism in Syria, Macron and Le Pen in Run-Off?

Global Research, April 24, 2017

Syria: Missile Strikes, The Terrorists Have Large Quantities of Chemical Weapons

By Stephen Karganovic, April 23, 2017

Thanks to this probably inadvertent Western coalition hit on the terrorist chemical weapons depot, the key controversial issue left from the first explosion attributed to the Syrian air force was finally settled. Indeed, it turns out the terrorists do have quantities of chemical weapons at their disposal. Their established disregard for human life and rules of civilized conduct in general – not just in warfare – actually makes them prime candidates to be the authors of the politically motivated false flag April 4 outrage.

Breaking: French Presidential Election: Macron and Le Pen in Run-Off?

By Stephen Lendman, April 23, 2017

Expect continuity no matter who succeeds Francois Hollande. Longtime French foreign policy analyst Alain Gresh believes France under any leader has “limited impact…on the management of Middle East foreign policy today” – unlike decades earlier.

Afghanistan: Impunity is Another US Lethal Weapon that Kills Silently

By Masud Wadan, April 24, 2017

The US was expected to step forward and determine their fate as it has called for a stern war on Haqqani network and termed the group a “menace” to the American security. Despite being blacklisted by both the West and UN, the US is counteractively so “relent” to the terror group.

Canada Chooses The Wrong Path. Contempt for Peace, De Facto Support for Terrorism in Syria

By Mark Taliano, April 24, 2017

In contrast to life-enhancing globalization that respects international law and nation-state sovereignty, the current form of globalization is contemptuous of international laws and conventions. Instead of rescinding the illegal sanctions against Syria – which aim to destroy Syria and empower the terrorists — Canada’s Trudeau is making them more onerous. Diplomacy as a solution continues to be ignored, Embassies remain closed, and Canada’s contempt for peace and support for terrorism continues unabated.

Trump, the Department of Justice (DOJ) and Julian Assange

By Dr. Binoy Kampmark, April 24, 2017

Legal counsel for Assange, Barry Pollack, has attempted to dampen the latest spike of interest in WikiLeaks a touch by suggesting that there has been “no communication with the Department of Justice and they have not indicated to me that they have brought any charges against Mr. Assange.”

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