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Syrian Militants' Arms Caches Reveal NATO-Made Weapons

“We are in the Zaafarana settlement in the province of Homs at an al-Nusra Front terror group [also known as Jabhat Fatah al Sham, outlawed in Russia] observation point. We can see here a large number of gas masks, weapons produced abroad, for example, TOW-2 anti-tank guided missiles. The facilities are very well-equipped,” the center’s representative Andrey Nekipelov said.Read More →

S-400 Air Defense Systems, Russian S-400 Missile Systems, Russia S-400 Triumf Missiles News

“Under NATO and under the NATO agreement, which of course, Turkey is a NATO member, you’re only supposed to buy, they are only supposed to buy, weapons and other materiel that are interoperable with other NATO partners. We don’t see that as being interoperable,” the U.S. State Department spokeswoman said during a press briefing.Read More →

OPCW - Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons

Russian General Staff Col. Gen. Sergey Rudskoy has announced that the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) had confirmed that there were no chemical weapons found at the Barzeh research center in Damascus despite the US officials’ claims.Read More →

African Union - AU News

“The agreement establishing the CFTA (African Continental Free Trade Area) was signed by 44 countries,” said Moussa Faki Mahamat, chairman of the AU commission. Nigeria is notably absent from the signatories after President Muhammadu Buhari pulled out of this week’s launch in Rwanda saying he needed more time for consultations at home.Read More →

Vladimir Putin - Russia News

President Vladimir Putin, speaking ahead of an election on March 18 that polls indicate he should win easily, said in his speech that new Russian technology would render such defences“ ineffective”. But NATO said it was Russia that has a“continued military build-up from the Barents Sea to the Mediterranean.” Read more.Read More →