Castle Journal - Nadeemy Haded
Washington - US national security adviser Robert O'Brien is likely to deal with the body of the slain Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in the same way as Osama bin Laden.
"The body of terrorist number one will be disposed of in an appropriate manner," O'Brien said when asked to NBC about the fate of al-Baghdadi, adding that the process of eliminating al-Baghdadi, a US citizen killed by elements, had been dubbed "Kayla Mueller". ISIS in 2015, and media reports at the time reported that al-Baghdadi personally participated in the torture.
While O'Brien did not say whether al-Baghdadi would be buried on land or at sea, he announced that DNA results had proved that he had been killed, noting that he could not disclose what he had seen in the operating room, but stressed that US special forces elements had seen al-Baghdadi and confirmed his identity.
Washington announced in May 2011 that it had dumped the body of bin Laden at sea, after killing him in a qualitative operation inside Pakistan, pointing out that throwing the body of the dead at sea was the best option for her, given the lack of time.
The US President Donald Trump, confirmed on Sunday that Baghdadi was killed in a secret operation carried out by US forces on Sunday night in the village of Barisha in the province of Idlib, northwestern Syria.
Trump said Baghdadi was killed after he blew himself up with an explosive vest he was wearing after being crammed into a tunnel beneath his residence, noting that he was killed like a dog and spent three of his children with him.
The Russian girl, Maria Potina, recently released by Washington, revealed that the judge and the FBI and prosecutors had apologized to her for unfair trial.
"They (the FBI) apologized to me," she said on Sunday's Channel One television program. Start the trial.
Butina said that the United States does not have any judicial system, and that the judiciary there is working on the principle of "if a person is arrested, we will find the appropriate judgment."
Putina returned on Saturday morning to Moscow, after being released from a US prison, where she spent 18 months, and was greeted by her father and spokeswoman of the Russian Foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova.
US authorities arrested Putina in July 2018 in Washington, DC, and local prosecutors charged her with conspiring against the United States, operating as a foreign agent without registering with the agencies concerned, and establishing relations with influential Americans in the country's policies.
After staying in prison, Putina agreed to a deal with the investigation, accepted cooperation in the "conspiracy" case against the United States, and confessed to one of the charges against her in order to speed up her trial and release her.
Source: RIA Novosti
Santiago, Chile - Chilean President Sebastian Pinera, in a speech after five days of violent protests in the country, on Tuesday evening, apologized to his citizens for the decisions taken in his country in recent decades, as he described the President of Chile, who announced a curfew in the capital Santiago For the fourth consecutive day, "That's right, the problems haven't happened in the last days. They've built up for decades."
Later in the speech, the Chilean president announced a new social and economic program for the country, which includes raising pensions and medical insurance at reasonable prices and lowering the prices of medicines and stabilizing electricity prices in his speech, stressing the importance of achieving peace in his country, noting that "his government will lift the curfew Issued during the current state of emergency in the country when public order and calm are restored. "
The Chilean capital, Santiago, witnessed violent protests for the fifth day in a row, demanding improvement of the economic situation, against the backdrop of an increase approved by the government in the prices of subway tickets in the capital.Although the government reversed the decision, the protests did not stop but evolved into riots and smashed the angry protesters shops Commercial and government institutions in downtown Santiago
Two US strategic bombers "B-52H" conducted a training flight over the Black Sea and one approached Crimea, simulating a bombing of the area.
The training is part of a "process of integration and preparations for cooperation with European allies and partners," a statement from the US Forces Command in Europe said.
According to the monitoring site "PlaneRadar" that the US sorties were carried out on October 19, and one of the strategic bombers "B-25H" approached the Crimea in a simulation of a virtual attack.
The US military statement that the sorties of the bombers took 12 hours, and conducted a joint exercise with military personnel from Romania, Ukraine and Georgia.
The B-52H Stratofortress, produced by Boeing between 1952 and 1962, was turned into a strategic bomber capable of delivering two high-powered thermonuclear bombs to any point in the Soviet Union, and is still the long-range strategic bomber in a weapon. American air.
This is not the first time these strategic bombers appear near the Russian border, where a bomber of this type carried out a sortie in March, which carried out several times a virtual bombing missions to the base of the Russian Baltic Sea Fleet. Russian several times to intercept these American aircraft.
Russian Presidential Spokesman Dmitry Peskov expressed regret, noting that the appearance of US bombers near the Russian border is exacerbating tensions, while the Russian Defense Ministry has repeatedly called on Washington to stop such operations, but the Pentagon responded in a negative way.
Source: RIA Novosti
US Defense Secretary Mark Esper arrived in Baghdad on Wednesday for an unannounced visit to meet Iraqi officials.
Esber is expected to meet his Iraqi counterpart, Najah al-Shammari, and Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi to discuss the withdrawal of US troops from Syria, part of which has moved to Iraq.
Esper's visit to Baghdad comes a day after Moscow and Ankara agreed to deploy Syrian troops and Russian military police in northeastern Syria and to withdraw YPG fighters and weapons from the border with Turkey.
Between mid-2018 and 2019, the number of millionaires has risen by more than 1 million worldwide (1.1 million in particular), despite the slowdown in global economic growth and trade wars, according to an annual report by Credit Suisse.
The rise in the number of millionaires over the past year has raised the number of millionaires worldwide to 47 million (46.8 million).
The world's millionaires now have $ 158.3 trillion, or 44 percent of the world's wealth, according to the report.
The United States continues to lead the number of millionaires as well as the rate of emergence of new millionaires. America added to the list of millionaires more than 675 thousand new millionaires last year, bringing the number of millionaires in America to 18.6 million, followed by Japan and China.
Australia was the biggest loser in the same period after the number of millionaires fell by 124,000.
Source Sky News
Former Soviet president Mikhail Gorbachev declared the end of the Cold War between the Soviet Union and Western countries a "general victory."
"But Western politicians, and above all in the United States, declared that they had won this war. They were declaring it everywhere. The media agreed," Gorbachev told the German newspaper Welt am Sonntag.
"The leaders of Western countries did not take into account how Russia will comment on this interpretation of the end of the Cold War, and how this will affect the future relations between the two sides, especially since the West began to act as if everything is allowed for him."
Gorbachev stressed that Russia's Western partners "have failed to overcome the challenges of the New Testament," pointing out that this fact is a major cause of the current differences between them and Moscow.
"But some politicians in Europe have recently begun to think that attempts to isolate Russia are hurting all sides, and that it is necessary to find a way out jointly for all parties. I know that Russia is thinking the same too."
Source: RIA Novosti