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DOCUMENTARY Shows ISIS Friendly Relation with Turkey, Oil and Gun Trade

DOCUMENTARY Shows ISIS Friendly Relation with Turkey, Oil and Gun Trade
Exclusive eye witness reports and documents, abandoned by retreating terrorists and found by RT Documentary crew members in a region liberated by Syrian Kurds, point to commercial scale oil smuggling operations and cozy relations between ISIS and Turkey.

Exclusive and unprecedented footage, along with witness accounts, was filmed by the RT Documentary crew only ten days after the town of Shaddadi in Syrian Kurdistan was liberated from Islamic State (ISIS , ISIL , IS and Daesh) terrorists.

Passports belonging to Islamic State fighters bearing stamps from Istanbul

The area surrounding the town is well known for its vast oil reserves and extraction activity that for months was reaped by ISIS command to generate revenue.

BREAKING: ISIS ‘Department of Artifacts’ docs exposes loot trade via Turkey

Following Kurdish soldiers around the destroyed and abandoned homes, RT Documentary found documents which showed a direct link bet…

HRW: Saudi Arabia Uses US-Made Cluster Bombs in Yemen

Human Rights Watch (HR) has criticized the US for selling cluster munitions to Saudi Arabia, urging Riyadh to stop using such banned arms that leave behind unexploded sub-munitions and endanger civilians.

On Friday, Steve Goose, arms director at HRW and chair of the Cluster Munition Coalition, an international coalition of groups working to eradicate cluster munitions, called on Washington to stop producing and selling the internationally-banned weapons in compliance with international law.

“The US has sold Saudi Arabia cluster munitions, a weapon most countries have rejected due to the harm they cause civilians,” said Goose, adding “Saudi Arabia should stop using cluster munitions in Yemen or anywhere else, and the US should stop producing and exporting them.”

Goose went on to say that Saudi Arabia has used various types of US-made cluster munitions, including CBU-105 Sensor Fuzed Weapons, in its war against Yemen despite evidence of mounting civilian casualties.

“Following multiple atta…

ISIS Terrorists Besiege 2,000 Migrant Families in Western Iraq

Members of the Takfiri ISIS militant group have reportedly laid siege to two villages in Iraq’s Anbar Province, which are home to two thousand families, as the extremists continue perpetrating crimes against humanity in the conflict-ridden country.

Local police chief Lieutenant Colonel Aref al-Janabi told Arabic-language al-Sumaria satellite television network that Daesh Takfiris have taken civilians, mostly, women, children and elderly, hostage in Albu Hawi and Hasi villages, which lie north of the city of Amiriyah, located about 30 kilometers (18 miles) south of Fallujah, on Saturday.

He added that ISIS militants have also arrested dozens of young people from the two villages, and prevented the local residents from leaving the area.

Janabi further noted that ISIS terrorists are using scores of the civilians as human shields as tribal fighters together with security forces have launched an operation to retake the two besieged villages.

Elsewhere on the outskirts of the northern town of H…

Satellite Photos Indicate North Korea is Planning New Nuclear Bomb Tests

Satellite photos taken over North Korea have prompted fears the country is planning fresh nuclear bomb tests.

An analysis released by the respected 38 North website, which follows developments in North Korea, said commercial satellite imagery of North Korea's Punggye-ri Nuclear test site from May 5 suggests Pyongyang may be preparing for a nuclear test 'in the near future', Daily Mail Reports.

Analysis of these images by the respected 38 North website, which follows events in the country, said a test could take place 'in the near future'

The analysis said that overall activity at the site is low, but vehicles have been spotted at what is believed to be the Command Centre, located approximately 3.7 miles south of the test site.

North Korea claims successful tested hydrogen bomb in January.