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Next target Guam, North Korea says

North Korea's launch of a missile over Japan was a prelude to more military operations directed at the American territory of Guam, North Korean state media warned Wednesday. The country's state-run Korean Central News Agencyreported leader Kim Jong Un presided over the dawn launch Tuesday of the "ultra-modern rocket system," the first missile ever fired from the capital Pyongyang. North Korean officials told CNN in Pyongyang that Kim was "very satisfied with the performance of the missile." The intermediate-range missile, identified by the North Koreans as the Hwasong-12, flew over Japan, further fueling tensions between North Korea and the United States and its allies, Japan and South Korea.
A photo released by North Korea state media appearing the show the launch of a missile which flew from North Korea over Japan on August 29. The launch was "the first step of the military operation of the (North Korean military) in the Pacific and a meaningful pre…

Nasrallah: Daesh surrenders to Hezbollah

Beirut, Aug 29, IRNA – Hezbollah Secretary General Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah said that the Daesh (ISIS) terrorists had no choice but to accept Hezbollah proposed conditions and left the region. He made the remarks while addressing a ceremony marking liberation of Lebanese and Syrian border areas from Takfiri terrorist groups. His address was aired live on Al-Menar TV.

Referring to the recent war against Daesh terrorists in the Lebanese and Syrian borders, Nasrallah said that neither Hezbollah nor the Lebanese army sought ceasefire but at the end the Takfiri terrorists accepted proposed conditions and abandoned the region.

When Daesh proposed talks, Hezbollah forces declared their conditions and called for freedom of two priests and journalist Samir Kasab and they finally accepted the conditions.

As to the last stage of the agreement with Daesh, Nasrallah said that it was committed to deliver remains of the bodies of the military as well as a Lebanese captive.

Based on the agreement, some 6…

Syria and Lebanon Defeating The ISIS Terrorists

By Andre Vltchek
Whatever the West may think, and no matter what the Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri may say publicly, the Lebanese army, in clear coordination with Hezbollah (which is outlawed in many Western countries) as well as with the Syrian army, is now pounding the positions of deadly ISIS/Daesh, right at the border region. The army began the operation on August 19, 2017, at 5 in the morning, by firing at the terrorists’ positions in Jaroud, Raas Ba’albak and al-Qaa’ using rockets and heavy artillery. It all has an emotional twist: the army commanders declared that the operation was launched in honor of the country’s kidnapped military men and martyrs. Apparently, Lebanon has finally decided: that, enough is enough! First Al-Nusra Front and now ISIS have to go. Ignore the fact the Lebanese government went out of its way to say that the Lebanese army is actually not coordinating with Syrian forces, or with Hezbollah. After all, Mr. Hariri just recently returned from Washington,…


MAPNA Group, an Iranian company involved in development and execution of thermal and renewable power plants, oil & gas, railway transportation and other industrial projects will build five new 25 MW power plants in order to supply Aleppo city with electricity. MAPNA Group began working in Syria 12 years ago. Despite the Syrian crisis it didn’t stop operating in the country. Now when the situation is returning back to normal, MAPNA Group has resumed development of the Jandol power plant. Its steam section has been commissioned and delivered and MAPNA Group is now at a final stage of the bulding of this power plant. The  company is currently working on new projects. For example, it’s developing five units of 25 MW for Aleppo city. Aleppo has the population of more than 2,5 million residents, but the electricity is still supplied via motor generators. MAPNA Group is also negotiating another project with the Syrian Ministry of Electricity. The project includes 25 MW power plant for t…


FILE IMAGE Syrian government forces, led by the Syrian Republican Guard, have made a notable progress against ISIS terrorists in the area north of Sukhna in the province of Homs, according to pro-government sources. Goverment troops have allegedly established a full control over the Subai’i Mount, the Daba Mount, the Khashm Baghal Mount and the nearby areas. Earlier this week, government troops successfully advanced along the Palmyra-Deir Ezzor border and captured the Dahik Sharqi Mount, asrat Faraj, Wadi Najib, Wadi Waleek and Syria Tell. With these advances the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and its allies set a foothold for further operations aimed at lifting the ISIS siege from Deir Ezzor. Source:


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Since Friday, Myanmar soldiers have reportedly killed a large number of Rohingya Muslims under a pretext of responding to attacks against the country’s border posts. Hundreds of Rohingya villagers fled from Rakhine province in northwestern Myanmar to Bangladish borders since the violence intensified. According to Bangladesh border guards, Myanmar security forces opened fire against hundreds of Rohingya Muslims fleeing Rakhine area and taking refuge in the border highlands. At least 100 people lost their lives, according to reports. There are still no confirmed reports about the possible casualties because the media is not allowed in the area. Rohingya Muslims are a core of the militant group named “the Rohingya Freedom Army” (Harakat Al-Yaqin) which is responsible for the recent attacks against Myanmar government forces. The attacks resulted in the death of abouth 70 people. The deployment of forces and military equipmet to north and west …