News Review: September 2016 It has been a view held for several years at least, by many independent observers, that the United States and its partners in the west and middle east are in fact directly and indirectly supporting the jihadi terrorist groups in an effort to use them as a proxy army to Continue Reading ›
Monthly News Review: July 2015 As a consequence of the ongoing naval blockade by Saudi Arabia on Yemen, in addition to the military air campaign, 4000 Yemeni civilians are dead and 13 million people are in serious need of nutrition and clean water and if this isn’t addressed urgently there will be millions of Continue Reading ›
Saudi Ground Invasion. Despite a mainstream news blackout on Yemen it has become apparent that the Saudi led coalition has started its ground offensive in Yemen against the Yemeni Army and Houthis who are fighting together. The Saudis may not have actually committed just their own forces to the invasion as it appears that at Continue Reading ›
Syria air strike. Footage of a Syrian Arab Army Air force jet striking terrorist targets in Jobar.
Two teen unarmed Palestinian protesters have been shot by Israel defense Forces whilst protesting the theft of their land by Israel. Recently, Israeli settlers who live on stolen Palestinian land in the West Bank set fire to Palestinian homes killing an 18 month old toddler. Following the death of the toddler there were protests in Continue Reading ›
A video from the ANNA news team embedded with the Syrian ARAB Army as they take on Al Nusra Front terrorists in Darayya.
Greece protests the new austerity proposals. Following the no vote the EU finance leaders proposed a new package that was approved by the Syriza government on the basis that it had some important concessions like Greece retaining ownership of its assets. However, it did require the enforcement of more austerity which hasn’t gone down well Continue Reading ›
Greeks are out in force to celebrate the Greece no vote result to a referendum that asked the question if the people wished to accept the austerity package put forward by the EU. German and French banks are the main creditors, their financial representatives in conjunction with the governments of the EU have been lending Continue Reading ›
Donetsk city has been the target of Ukrainian Arm Forces shelling in recent days despite renewed commitments from both sides to adhere to the Minsk II agreement.
The Syrian Arab Army use a drone to film the destruction of an IS tank by a Syrian Air Force Jet.
NAF 1st Slavyansk brigade “Vikings” combat footage. East Ukraine, Donbass region.
The Battle of Tikrit: Never shown footage filmed by soldiers of the Iraqi army during the defence of the campus of the Tikrit university against ISIS terrorists. There is air support at the end which could be a coalition aircraft or Iraqi. The Iraqi’s have complained that there is no co operation with the coalition Continue Reading ›
Video footage shows that Israeli commander shot and killed Palestinian teen, Muhammad Ali-Kosba, 17, while he fled after throwing a stone. The unlawful killing got immediate backing from top military and civilian officials. B’Tselem’s findings indicate that Muhammad ‘Ali-Kosba threw a stone at the windshield of Binyamin Brig. Commander Shomer, shattering it, and then fled Continue Reading ›
Suruc Suicide bomber. On the 20th July a suicide bomber detonated explosives that killed 31 and over 100 members of the Socialist Youth Associations Federation, who were gather in the town prior to departing for Kobani in Syria on a mission to help re build the town that has been devastated by war. Kobani is Continue Reading ›
Extensive footage of an Iraqi army operation against ISIS positions east of Fallujah
• European Parliament, Strasbourg, 08 July 2015 • Nigel Farage MEP, Leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP), Co-President of the Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy (EFDD) Group in the European Parliament – http://www.nigelfaragemep.co.uk @Nigel_Farage • Debate: Conclusions of the European Council (25-26 June 2015) and of the Euro Summit (7 July 2015) and Continue Reading ›
Monthly News Review: June 2015 On the 26th June there were four major terrorist attacks across four countries, of course this is not including Syria, Iraq, East Ukraine, Yemen and Palestine and other parts of the world for whom terror attacks are part of daily life . In Somalia an African Union Base was Continue Reading ›
In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the Greek referendum results, financial terrorism and bail-in fears induced velocity of money. In the second half, Max interviews Professor Steve Keen about the Greek ‘OXI’ (No) vote and the dictatorship of the ECB.
In Tunisia, a lone Islamic State gunman attacked the imperial hotel in the resort of Sousse. According to eyewitnesses he entered the complex through the swimming pool area, opened fire and threw an explosive, he then went on to the beach and opened fire again. He must have returned back inland as he was eventually Continue Reading ›
Maryinka comes under fire from the Ukraine Armed Forces, the Novorossiya forces repel the attack.