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The Turkish Defense Ministry announced last week the launch of two military operations aimed at military posts of the PKK and Yazidi militias linked to it, in the Sinjar, Qandil, Makhmur and Haftanin areas, during which Turkish army used its air force, including drones. Also, Turkish commandos have set up […]

With eyes and claws in northern Iraq


Lastpoint.gr – Feb. 01, 2020 The Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced a few days ago the appointment of Ms. Tasia Athanassiou as a special envoy for Syria. Ms. Athanassiou held the position of Ambassador of Greece to the Syrian capital Damascus until 2012, when the Samaras government decided to […]

Athens: The back door for the butcher of Damascus



Al-Quds Al-Arabi – Mar. 18, 2020, issue 9847, p. 21 In a dark night for the Turkish people and Turkish government with the arrival of the wounded and dead of the Turkish army as a result of their direct targeting by Assad militias in the countryside of Idlib, initial reports […]

On both banks of the Evros River, the interests of ...



Huffington Post Greece – Feb. 08, 2020 On the edge of the abyss. So I can better describe the movements of regional and international players in the files of the Middle East. This has been the case for the last forty years. From one war to another, from one crisis to another, from […]

The Greek Patriot on the shores of Hormuz



Armyvoice.gr – Feb. 01, 2020 After a brief visit by General Khalifa Haftar to the Greek capital, being his first stop, many observers considered it to be a great achievement and a response to the slap received by the Greek government from Ankara with the re-demarcation of its maritime borders […]

Libya: Berlin conference and new disappointment


Al-Quds Al-Arabi – Jan, 20, 2020 The rules of the game have changed’, US Defense Secretary Mark Esper said hours before the assassination of General Qassem Soleimani. The choice of the phrase by the defense minister of the most powerful country in the world was not accidental. It was, in […]

The Iranian bottleneck after Soleimani’s assassination