Germany planning to send troops to Turkey

Hurriyet Daily News The German military is preparing to send more troops who will operate early-warning defense planes to support NATO ally Turkey in order to contribute to the protection of the country’s airspace from possible…

Algeria welcomes UN Security Council resolution on Libya

Libya News The Algerian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Abd El-Gader Msahell, welcomed the United Nations Security Council resolution, which has recognized the newly formed Government of National Accord. Mesahel called upon…

Italian Navy intercepted “Anwar Libya” oil tanker

Libya News A military unit affiliated with Italian navy intercepted a Libyan oil tanker in the international water on Sunday. A well-informed Libyan source said that a helicopter deployed small group of Italian soldiers. "They…

Iraqi Forces lay feet on ISIS Ramadi Bastion

BBC News Iraqi forces have entered a former government compound in Ramadi, from where Islamic State (IS) group militants have been resisting an army offensive, sources have told the BBC. The source said troops had entered one building…

How the Internet lied to us in 2015

BBC It was another busy year for journalists debunking fake or misleading images on social media. In 2015, many pictures and videos went viral, some for all the wrong reasons. There were deliberate fakes created to deceive the…

One Territory Lost, Yet ISIS is Still in the Game

NBC NEWS ISIS ushered in 2015 with the terrifyingly typical displays of brutality which initially put the group in the international community's crosshairs. They beheaded Japanese hostages, burned a Jordanian pilot alive in…

1 in 5 Koreans is a Kim, why?

The Economist A SOUTH KOREAN saying claims that a stone thrown from the top of Mount Namsan, in the centre of the capital Seoul, is bound to hit a person with the surname Kim or Lee. One in every five South Koreans is a…

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