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Pentagon readies 8,500 US-based troops for possible Eastern Europe deployment as tensions with Russia simmer

The Pentagon on Monday began placing 8,500 troops on heightened alert for possible deployment to Eastern Europe should NATO request help deterring Russia from invading Ukraine. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin ordered the affected units, which primarily include ground forces, to be ready to deploy within five days should the alliance …

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UN COUP D’ETAT AU BURKINA FASO ?

Au Burkina Faso, le président Roch Marc Christian Kaboré a été arrêté, selon plusieurs sources. Cette arrestation intervient après les mutineries d’hier dans plusieurs casernes de la capitale notamment, indiquent ces mêmes sources. Roch serait détenu dans un camp militaire à Ouagadougou. Certains parlent déjà de coup d’État. Mais aucune …

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What a Week of Talks Between Russia and the West Revealed

Moscow’s demands of the United States and NATO are in fact the strategic goals of Russian policy in Europe. If Russia cannot achieve them by diplomatic means, it will resort to other methods. The meeting between Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and his U.S. counterpart Antony Blinken on January 21 …

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Turkey Signs Deals on Sale of Bayraktar TB2 Drones to 16 Countries

Turkey has concluded contracts to sell domestically produced Bayraktar TB2 unmanned combat aerial vehicles (UCAV) to 16 countries and signed the first export contract for the Bayraktar Akinci UCAVs, the CEO of the Turkish Baykar technology company said on Sunday. “Bayraktar TB2 have successfully completed 420,000 hours, and purchase contracts …

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Kremlin plan to install pro-Russian leadership in Ukraine exposed

We have information that indicates the Russian Government is looking to install a pro-Russian leader in Kyiv as it considers whether to invade and occupy Ukraine. The former Ukrainian MP Yevhen Murayev is being considered as a potential candidate. We have information that the Russian intelligence services maintain links with …

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Blinken Rebuffs Calls For Preemptive Sanctions On Russia Over Ukraine

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken has rejected calls for preemptive sanctions against Russia, saying that doing so would undermine the West’s ability to deter Moscow from any further potential aggression against Ukraine. Russia’s military buildup in occupied Crimea and near Ukraine’s borders has raised alarm bells in Western capitals …

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« Non, la BCE n’est pas laxiste face à l’inflation »

L’économiste Melvyn Krauss approuve, dans une tribune au « Monde », les réticences de la Banque centrale européenne à emboîter le pas à ses homologues anglo-saxons, qui ont annoncé la fin de l’expansion monétaire. Car la situation de la zone euro exige plus de prudence. Tribune. En décembre, les principales …

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Слушайте, ну какая война, какие танки?

Слушайте на какая война, какие танки. Достаточно несколько диверсий, ракет, беспилотников на наши, практически неохраняемые угольные ТЭС и мы обесточены в электричестве.Отсутствие электроэнергии приведёт сразу к отключению мобильной связи и интернета. Русским достаточно перекрыть поставку дизеля и бензинаиз России в Украину по жд. и мы обездвижены. В Украине как класс …

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Neoliberalism, Stress, and Sex

Writing about sex in the year 2022 is not at all, like writing about sex in the late 1960s – the time of student revolution, and 1970s – the time of the sexual revolution. At that time, the air was charged with sexual curiosity. Women’s lives were changing at a …

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Israel, Jewish Groups Discuss Airlifting Ukraine’s Jews if Russia Invades

As threat of Russian invasion looms, top officials examine possibility of emergency evacuation for up to 75,000 Ukrainians thought to be eligible for Israeli citizenship under Law of Return With a possible Russian invasion of Ukraine looming, a briefing held Sunday by top officials in the Israeli government and Jewish …

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