Ottoman Empire Ended , But Royalty Lives – Turkish Presidential Palace have 1150 Rooms


Turkey's Presidential Palace has 1150 RoomsJNN 08 Dec 2014 Istanbul : Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Saturday corrected press reports stating his grandiose new palace has 1,000 rooms, saying it actually boasts 1,150.

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Pro Russian Separatist Unrest spreads in Ukraine, no sign of military crackdown till Yet


Pro Russian Ukrainian SepratistJNN 15 April 2014 Kiev : Pro-Russian separatists on Monday ignored an ultimatum to leave occupied government buildings in eastern Ukraine while another group of rebels attacked a police headquarters as a threatened military offensive by government forces failed to materialize. Continue reading

Russia adopts Crimea, Sevastopol as its territory , Condemns US and West’s Foreign Policy


Russian President Valdmir PutimJNN 19 Mar 2014 MOSCOW — Russian President Vladimir Putin and leaders of Crimea signed a treaty on Tuesday accepting the Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol as part of the Russian territory. Continue reading

Putin Vows to attack and De throne the Saudi Monarchy , if the US attacks Syria


Saudi Bandar Bin Sultan vs PutinJNN 2nd Sept 2013 Moscow : The Main Intelligence Directorate (GRU) is reporting today that President Putin’s orders this week to the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation for a “massive military strike” against Saudi Arabia in the event that the West attacks Syria has“stunned” the Wahabi Takfiri Groups around the world as they are being sponsored and funded by Saudi Arabia and could not survive without their support and forced the Saudis to go on “full war alert.” Continue reading

Saudi Arabia offers US$15Billion deal to Lure Russia to Back out from Asad


Saudi Prince Bandar Bin Sultan with Russian President PutinJNN 8 Aug 2013 Moscow : Saudi Arabia has reportedly offered to buy arms worth up to $15 billion from Russia, and provided a raft of economic and political concessions to the Kremlin – all in a bid to weaken Moscow’s endorsement of Syrian President Bashar Assad.  Continue reading

Hundred of European , American & Pakistani Militants fighting in Syria


Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov

JNN 12 July 2013 Mossow : Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov says hundreds of militants fighting against the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad come from the United States and European countries including Russia. While The Pakistani Taliban have visited Syria to set up a base and to assess “the needs of the jihad”, a Taliban official has told the BBC. Continue reading

Syrain forces with Hezbollah fighters securing the area around the shrine of Sayida Zainab a.s


Battle Near the Shrine of Sayida Zainab Shrine , DamascusJNN 25 June 2013 Damascus : Syrian troops backed by Lebanese Hezbollah resistance fighters clashed on Wednesday with foreign-backed militants south of a Damascus suburb that is home to a major Muslim shrine, in an attempt to secure the area surrounding the revered site, activists said. Continue reading

Russian Govt Hails & Supports Hezbollah’s efforts in Solving Internal and Regional Crisis


Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov with Lebanese MP Mohammad RaadJNN 29 April 2013 Beirut : Deputy Russian Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov has hailed the credibility of the Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah, saying Moscow will cooperate with the popular movement. Continue reading

West pushing democracy for their Own Interest with “Iron and Blood” – Russian FM


Russian FM Sergey LavrovJNN 06 Dec 2012 Moscow : Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has said that Western states are trying to advance democracy abroad through “iron and blood”, defending Moscow’s refusal to join states seeking the ouster of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Continue reading

West pushing democracy for their Own Interest with "Iron and Blood" – Russian FM


Russian FM Sergey LavrovJNN 06 Dec 2012 Moscow : Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has said that Western states are trying to advance democracy abroad through “iron and blood”, defending Moscow’s refusal to join states seeking the ouster of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Continue reading

Russia re claiming its Might, reopens its naval bases in Soviet-era ally countries, firm on Backing Bashar Al Asad’s Syrian Govt.


JNN 29 July 2012 Moscow : Russia is planning to expand its military muscles in some of Moscow’s soviet-era ally countries including the Latin American country of Cuba, Asian country of Vietnam and the Indian Ocean island of Seychelles. Plus The Russian Foreign Ministry says Moscow will not allow the European Union to inspect ships sailing under the Russian flag, and that it will not cooperate with a new round of EU sanctions imposed against Syria. Continue reading

Russian President Vladimir Putin Wants to have Strong Military Ties with China


JNN 11 June 2012 Moscow : Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday he will boost military cooperation with China, including holding more joint exercises, after the United States announced plans to shift most of its warships to the Asia-Pacific by 2020. Continue reading