Europe Archive

Turkish President Says Afrin Op Close To ‘Victory’

Erdoğan: Turkish army has advanced 300 square kilometers in Afrin op. Turkish President Says Afrin Op Close To ‘Victory’. Erdogan on Saturday said Turkey’s ongoing operation in northwestern Syria is getting closer to “victory” with each passing day. Erdogan addressed a large crowd prior to

Illegal Jewish Schools: Abuse & Missing Pupils Cover Up Revealed

The Department of Education (DoE) has been accused of “covering up” evidence that over a thousands pupils, unaccounted for in mainstream education, were actually being educated at illegal Jewish faith establishments in London. Physical violence and sexual abuse of children is alleged to have

Macron threatens to strike Syria if chemical weapons are used

France will strike Syria if the use of chemical weapons against the civilian population is confirmed, stated French President Emmanuel Macron, Deutsche Welle reports. Macron clarified that in such a case, the strike will be directed against the locations where the chemical weapons are created or

Ex-YPG fighter faces terrorism charge in Britain

A former British soldier who fought alongside the Kurdish YPG (People’s Protection Units) in Syria has been detained on terrorism charges, the Independent, has reported. James Matthews, 43, has been ordered to appear at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on 14 February to be formally accused of attending

Mosque vandalized with anti-Turkey slogans in Germany

Sympathizers of the PYD/PKK terror organisation vandalized a mosque in Hannover, central Germany on Monday, in the latest incident of anti-Turkish violence. The assailants spray-painted pro-PKK slogans on the walls of a mosque run by the DITIB, a moderate Muslim organization founded by Turkish

Israel threatens Slovenia against recognizing State of Palestine

Israel warned Slovenian against recognising the State of Palestine as planned, Quds Pressreported yesterday. According to the Israeli TV Channel 10, the Israeli Ambassador to Slovenia Eyal Sila spoke to the Speaker of the Slovenian Parliament Milan Brglez and the chair of the Foreign Policy Committee