Selected Articles: Can Putin’s “Real” War on Terror Prevent a World War III Scenario?
By Global Research News
Global Research, October 08, 2015

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ReutersRussia’s First Week in Waging a “Real” War on Terror. 112 Targets Struck. ISIS Forces Retreating

By Stephen Lendman, October 08 2015

In over a year of Washington’s phony war on ISIS, they’re stronger with more territory than when US bombing began – targeting Syrian and Iraqi infrastructure, not terrorist forces or facilities. On September 30, things changed markedly.

syria-war-planeSyria and the Drumbeat of World War

By Bill Van Auken, October 08 2015

With Russia having completed its first week of airstrikes in Syria, firing some 26 cruise missiles from warships deployed over 900 miles away in the Caspian Sea, an escalating drumbeat of warnings and threats of a far more dangerous conflict and even world war has come to dominate discussions within ruling circles in both the US and Europe.

1389027395_russkiy-yazyk-604x450“The New Middle East”: Russian Style

By Andrew Korybko, October 08 2015

The US’ plan to construct a “New Middle East”, announced during the failed 2006 Israeli War on Lebanon, has been totally offset by Russia’s game-changing anti-terrorist intervention in Syria.

Obama United NationsLies and Truth: Obama’s UN General Assembly Speech Dissected

By F. William Engdahl, October 08 2015

To those who bothered to listen to President Obama’s UN General Assembly speech without falling asleep like Secretary John Kerry clearly wished to do, there was a stark contrast to that speech which followed from the Russian President.

ISIS ToyotasISIS Terrorists Driving Toyota Pickup Trucks, Where Do They Get Them From?

By RT, October 08 2015

ISIS has many faults, but it sure knows a good car when it sees one. The US Treasury is now pressing Toyota about why so many of its vehicles are being driven around by the terrorist group, as evidenced in their propaganda videos.

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