Assad says Aleppo to serve as springboard for liberation


Syria’s president, Bashar al-Assad, has spoken of “cleaning” the besieged city of Aleppo, where a quarter of a million people are caught under heavy bombardment by his government’s forces, and using it as a “springboard” for winning the country’s war.

North Korea: The U.S. and China are in negotiations to curb North Korea’s trade in coal, iron ore and crude oil after Kim Jong Un’s regime conducted its latest nuclear tests on September 9.

“Americans voting for a president on November 8 must realise that they are voting for peace on Planet Earth if they vote for Trump.

Now Russia is problem number one in the entire election campaign”, said Putin. “Victory for Trump would be a gift to humanity”, he said.

He said: “It is not in our interest to launch a “tit-for-tat” dispute and to impose sweeping sanctions on Russian Federation”. “They started this hysteria, saying that this (hacking) is in Russia’s interests”.

In contrast, Zhirinovsky described Clinton as “an evil mother-in law” and said her record as secretary of state under Obama in 2009-2013 showed she was unfit to lead her country.

“Whatever divisions might exist, now it’s more important to unite”, Guterres said. A more cooperative atmosphere at the recent years helped bring about the Iran nuclear deal and the Paris climate change accord. Much as we want to see the prospects for a major breakthrough in Syria improve, the chances of that happening seem slim so long as the only leverage Mr. Kerry can bring to the table is America’s good will.

Yesterday a spokesman of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn sparked fury by suggesting that protestors should also target the U.S. embassy for Washington’s involvement in the conflict.

De Mistura’s spokeswoman, Jessy Chahine, said the envoy had been invited, but declined to comment further. His friendly stance toward Moscow departs from the views of many prominent Republicans. Russian Federation blocked the statement, with Churkin calling it “wishy washy”. “The piece discussed not a pending military conflict, but a public perception problem stemming from Russian elites” sending their children to be educated at expensive Western schools while their homeland is in the midst of challenging the West and jockeying with the US for global power’, Berthania Palma insisted.

“Have you ever noticed, anything that goes wrong they blame Russian Federation?” Russia last week vetoed a UN Security Council resolution proposed by France that required a stop to Russian and Syrian airstrikes in Aleppo, where about 250,000 civilians are trapped. I don’t know Putin, folks.

“Putin wants to assert Russian Federation as a global power with great ambitions”, Zevelev said, “and in order to demonstrate it, Moscow has to do something in the world arena from time to time”.

“Trump is the most pro-Russian presidential candidate ever”, said Max Boot, a senior fellow for national security studies at the Council of Foreign Relations. “Putin no doubt sees a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to reorient US foreign policy in his direction by electing Trump”.

The claims were reported from a Russian news website following warnings from Mikhail Gorbachev, former Soviet leader, who said the world was at a “dangerous point” over United States relations.

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