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Turkish Jets Bomb US-Backed Troops in Iraq and Syria

By The European Union Times Following Turkish dictator Erdoğan’s snatching of more powers in Turkey, reports are coming out that more than 30 U.S.-backed troops in Syria and Iraq have been killed in a series of bombings carried out by Turkish jets last night. Fox News reports: U.S. and Russian troops in the areas of…

North Korea Says Trump No Different Than Obama

By The European Union Times Following US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s tour through East Asia and his comments about the weakness of Obama’s policy in the region, a North Korean Foreign Ministry spokesman denounced current US President Donald Trump for having policies similar to his predecessor, Barack Obama. The Korean Central News Agency (KCNA)…

Trump Demands 230,000 Americans Evacuated from South Korea

By The European Union Times Donald Trump has demanded the evacuation of US citizens from South Korea as part of a drill named Courageous Channel, military sources have revealed. The operation, set to take place in June, will prepare for the safe exit of around 230,000 Americans in the case of conflict. If the Pyongyang…

Trump shows lack of interest in keeping promises: Syrian president Assad

By The European Union Times US President Donald Trump was initially “promising” until he attacked a Syrian military airfield this month, demonstrating that Washington is not committed to promises, Syrian President Bashar Assad told Sputnik. During his election campaign and after winning the election, Trump criticized the Barack Obama administration Syria policy, saying that the…

France: Elections Race and Why Marine Le Pen Cannot Win

By The European Union Times Marine le Pen cannot win the second round of voting in France’s presidential elections because there are too many communists and nonwhite voters in that country to give her party the 50 percent needed to take the presidency. Yesterday’s first round voting gave Le Pen 7,658,990 votes, or 21.43 percent…

9/11 Cop Who Arrested Dancers Breaks Silence

By The European Union Times The New Jersey police officer responsible for capturing five “dancing Israelis” who filmed and celebrated while the World Trade Center towers burned has broken his silence, agreeing to a September 16 exclusive interview with AMERICAN FREE PRESS. As AFP readers are no doubt aware, these are the same Israelis who…

Muslims & antifa riot, burn cars in France because Le Pen won 2nd place

By The European Union Times Protests, violence and vandalism flared up in Paris as results of the first round of the tight presidential race were being counted, footage captured by RT’s Ruptly agency shows. French antifa youth and Muslim migrants protested what many of them see as a political “masquerade.” One disturbing scene captured by…

Ivanka Trump appoints more Bush-Era Globalists in White House

By The European Union Times US President Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka Trump, who has recently taken up an unpaid job as a White House adviser, is increasing the staff with officials from former president George W. Bush’s administration, media reported. Apart from Dina Powell, senior counselor to the president for economic initiatives and Ivanka’s close…

ISIS bombed Russia's FSB headquarters, not neo-nazis as initially claimed

By The European Union Times An armed man killed 2 people on Friday at Russia’s FSB Intelligence agency headquarters. It was initially reported that the shooter was a neo-Nazi gang, however; it is now being reported that ISIS has claimed responsibility. ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack later today. The Islamic State’s Amaq News agency…

NASA shows mind-blowing images of Earth from a Billion miles away

By The European Union Times NASA’s Cassini spacecraft captured an incredible final image of Earth from a billion miles away during its orbit of Saturn’s rings. The space probe was facing Earth’s Southern Atlantic Ocean, some 870 million miles (1.4 billion km) away, when the image of was captured on April 12, says Nasa. In…