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Is Greece about to LOSE IT with Turkey? Tsipras issues rare WAR WARNING as tensions mount

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said today Greece would not tolerate any move from Turkey after Turkish and Greek coastguard vessels collided close to disputed islets in the Aegean Sea. He said: “Our message, now, tomorrow and always, is clear… Greece will not allow, accept or tolerate any challenge to its territorial integrity and its sovereign rights.” “Greece is not a country which plays games,” Tsipras told an audience at the country’s shipping ministry. The collision involving the two vessels occurred on Monday evening off Imia, known as Kardak in Turkish.…

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Moment US destroys Russian tanks ‘killing hundreds of soldiers’ as conflict ERUPTS

The US-led coalition drone destroyed the Russian-designed tank in eastern Syria close to the scene of last week’s attack on pro-regime forces that left more than 100 Damascus loyalists dead. But both Russia and America gave hazy details about the event, which, if true would rank as the biggest clash between American and Russian forces since the end of the Cold War. The aggressive strike on the T-72 tank occurred on Saturday near Al Tabiyeh, in Deir Ezzor province, the Pentagon said in a statement. Russian news, as well as…

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Russia and China developing space weapons for FUTURE WAR, US intelligence warns

A document produced by US agencies raises the terrifying prospect of the nations waging a space conflict with the US. And they claim both countries will have operational weapons capable of being fired from earth to take out satellites “in the next few years”. The anti-satellite weapons, including ballistic missiles, could cripple the defence and communications systems of their adversaries. The report warns: “Russia and China aim to have nondestructive and destructive counterspace weapons available for use during a potential future conflict.  “We assess that, if a future conflict were…

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World War 3: US troops kill one HUNDRED Russian fighters in Syria through airstrikes

A joint force of more than 200 fighters died in a failed attack on the US and Kurdish base, according to a US official and three Russians familiar with the matter. The US official said the death toll was around 100 with 200 to 300 injured, but could not say how many were Russians. The assault may have been a rogue operation and Russia’s military said it had nothing to do with the attack – which the US has accepted. Former Russian diplomat and lawmaker who is now an independent…

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Pence on North Korea: ‘If you want to talk, we’ll talk’

WASHINGTON — The U.S. and South Korea have agreed on terms for further diplomatic engagement with North Korea, which could potentially lead to direct talks with Washington without pre-conditions, according to Vice President Mike Pence. Speaking to the Washington Post aboard Air Force Two while returning from the Winter Olympics in South Korea, Pence said the Trump administration would keep up its “maximum pressure campaign” against Pyongyang but would be open to possible talks at the same time. Vice President Mike Pence (bottom right) watches the opening ceremony of the…

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Kim Jong Un's Sister Ends Her Olympics Visit After Delivering Hopes For a Summit

(GANGNEUNG, South Korea) — North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s sister headed home Sunday night after a whirlwind three days in South Korea, where she sat among world dignitaries at the Olympics and tossed a diplomatic offer to the South aimed at ending seven decades of hostility. Kim Yo Jong and the rest of the North Korean delegation departed for Pyongyang on her brother’s private jet, a day after they delivered his hopes for a summit with South Korean President Moon Jae-in during a lunch at Seoul’s presidential palace. It…

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Mattis incensed there’s still no budget – DepSecDef at Space Command – Military pulling for Falcon Heavy

The SN Military.Space newsletter delivers news and insights to military space professionals every Tuesday. Sign up for your free subscription. HOT TOPIC: Mattis to Congress: Do your job; defense strategy, nuclear posture mean nothing if they’re not backed by resources U.S. government funding again expires this week and the only budget proposal in sight is one on the House floor today to fund the military for the remainder of FY-18 but only extend funding for the rest of the government for six weeks. The Senate is not expected to go…

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