Conflicts in the East

There is no link between S-400 and F-35, Erdogan says

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan rejected on Saturday the US opinion that purchases of Russian S-400 anti-aircraft missile systems could in any way endanger the security of NATO and US military technology. “The S-400s we buy are …

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India reports on secret strike on Pakistan

Indian Interior Minister Rajnath Singh said today that over the past five years, India has attacked Pakistan three times, all of which were "surgical blows." He spoke about the first two attacks, and the third left a secret. …

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Iran to deploy warships to Atlantic

Iran is to send its newest warship to the Atlantic Ocean on a five-month mission -- the navy's longest in a decade, as the Republic seeks to increase the operating range of its naval forces to the backyard of the United States, its arch-foe, …

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Two more people die in Iran amid wave of protests

Two people were shot dead in demonstrations in Iran on Sunday evening, bringing the death toll to four. The two were killed in the southwestern city of Izeh, the area’s local member of parliament, Hedayatollah …

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What does 2017 bring for Middle East?

The defeat of militants in Syria, the fulfillment of the OPEC deal, the strengthening of Russia's positions and the collapse of the US positions became key events of 2017 in the Middle East, the experts told the correspondents of Vestnik …

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Oil in anticipation of new war in Persian Gulf

The current diplomatic rift between Qatar and other Persian Gulf countries will have an insignificant effect on world markets, but the potentially possible prospect of its escalation into a military clash between Arab states can lead to an …

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