Syrian police arrested two criminals behind the armed robbery of Al-Haram Money Exchange and killing its branch manager in Qudssaya.
Barack Obama: Bolivia plans legal action against US President. The plans of Bolivia’s President Evo Morales for a legal action against U.S. President Barack Obama, also known as a Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, will probably become very interesting, although such [Continue reading…]
Terrorists used chemicals against Syrian civilians to provide excuse for military strike against Syria. The Brigadier General Mohammad Reza Naqdi of Iran’s Basij (volunteer) Force said in a new statement that the armed terrorist groups in Syria wanted to create [Continue reading…]
With the UNSC taking claims from the inflated criminal Syrian Opposition seriously and asking the UN investigation team to investigate in the new alleged attack with chemical weapons in Damascus countryside yesterday, the collection of criminals working under the umbrella [Continue reading…]
Terrorists in Syria set Kurds on fire – next horrible event after recent massacre. A new horrible video has been published on the internet and the gruesome video shows how foreign-supported terrorists in Syria are setting three Syrian Kurds on [Continue reading…]
Northern Syria: Foreign-Backed Terrorists Kill 450 Kurdish civilians. Just some days after the massacre against over 120 Syrians in the town of Khan al-Assal near the strategically important city of Aleppo (Halab), another group of foreign-supported terrorists have perpetrated the [Continue reading…]
Syria: Terrorists brag with crimes against Syrian village elder. The criminal gangs, which have also set the massacre in Banias into the world, are not afraid to kidnap an “immemorially” Syrian Mufti and to torture him and make a show [Continue reading…]
Crimes near Aleppo caused by arming of terrorists from abroad. Russia Today (RT) has conducted an interview with the spokesperson of the Russian mission to the United Nations (UN) in the beautiful Geneva, Maria Khodynskaya, in terms of the recent [Continue reading…]