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Supreme Leader Warns US of Endangered Energy Supply

TEHRAN (Fars News Agency)- Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei Sunday warned the United States that any wrong move on Iran would “definitely endanger energy flow in the region.” “If you make a wrong move on Iran, definitely the energy flow in this region will be …

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Russia may Form a Permanent Naval Station in Syria

Allegedly, Russia wants to use the Syrian Tartus Port as permanent naval station.   The Kommersant newspaper published in Russia claimed the Moscow administration wants to establish the Tartus Port in southern Syria as a permanent naval station. A spokesman for the Russia Defense Ministry, however, refused the claim.

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23 enemy solders were killed in Chechnya

An official of the Military Committee of the State Committee for Defense – Majlisul Shura of the Chechen Republic of Ichkeria (CRI) informed the Kavkaz-Center Agency on new combats burst out in different regions of the country. According to information of the source 23 kafirs (Russian invaders) and munafigs (collaborationists) …

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6 occupants were killed in the south Chechnya

According to an officer of the Headquarters of the Eastern Front of the Armed Forces of the Chechen Republic of Ichkeria (CRI), as a result of an ambush set for so-called reconnaissance detachment of Russian aggressors on 26 May 6 occupants were killed. The Chechen fighters carried out the operation …

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Shamil Basaev meeting of commands of the front sectors

According to information given by a source at the Military Committee of the State Committee for Defense Majlisul Shura of the Chechen Republic of Ichkeria (CRI) the Commander (Amir) of Mujahiddeens Abdallah Shamil Abu-Idris held meeting of commanders of front sectors of the CRI. Deputy commanders took part at the …

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The West is failing Afghanistan

A deadly traffic accident caused by a U.S. military convoy sparked anti-American riots in the Afghan capital, Kabul – a city that was supposed to be the safest place in the war-torn country.  The unrest began Monday after a U.S. military vehicle crashed into at least 12 civilian cars in …

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Basaev would get some fines…

This is a printout of an interview with Kavkaz Center’s cooperator Mikael Storsjö in the Swedish Radio on Monday 15.05.2006. We publish this interview in its entity, as we find authentic information of what happened in Sweden a week ago to be of public interest for all our readers. Reporter: …

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