Daily Archives: March 7, 2023

2023-03-07: News Headlines

Dave DeCamp (2023-03-07). House Expected to Vote on Syria War Powers Resolution on Wednesday. news.antiwar.com

Dave DeCamp (2023-03-07). Israeli Airstrike Hits Syria's Aleppo Airport. news.antiwar.com An Israeli airstrike hit Syria's Aleppo International Airport early Tuesday, damaging the runway and putting the airport out of service, Syria's news agency SANA reported. "At 2: 07 a.m., the Israeli enemy carried out an air attack from the sea towards the international airport in Aleppo, which caused material damage to it, and as a result …

Anonymous103 (2023-03-07). Environmental Modification Techniques (ENMOD) and the Turkey-Syria Earthquake: An Expert Investigation is Required. southfront.org

Peoples Dispatch (2023-03-07). Daily Round-up Venezuela marks 10 years of Hugo Chavez's death & other stories. peoplesdispatch.org In today's episode we look at Venezuela marking 10 years of Hugo Chavez's death, Tunisians protest against economic decline, Syria condemns US military's official visit to occupied Syrian territory, and thousands continue protests over train crash in Greece.

Peoples Dispatch (2023-03-07). Israeli airstrikes target Aleppo airport, making aid delivery in Syria more difficult. peoplesdispatch.org The airstrike is expected to affect aid delivery to areas affected by the devastating earthquake on February 6, in which 6,000 were killed in Syria and thousands more injured and displaced…

Editor (2023-03-06). House overwhelmingly approves resolution to maintain Syria sanctions after earthquake. mronline.org Only Reps. Thomas Massie (R-KY) and Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) voted against the resolution…

Anonymous103 (2023-03-06). Military Situation In Syria On March 6, 2023 (Map Update). southfront.org Click to see full-size image | On March 6, the Russian Ministry of Defense recorded no cases of hostilities and ceasefire violations in the Latakia region in the past 24 hours; | On March 6, the Russian Military Police and Turkish forces conducted the joint patrol on the outskirts of Ain al-Arab; | On March 6, a civilian was killed by unknown gunmen in Daraa city; | The first European flight to Syria in 11 years is scheduled to arrive at Damascus International Airport on Thursday. | MORE ON THE TOP…

Antonio C.S. Rosa (2023-03-06). Evil Empire: House Overwhelmingly Approves Resolution to Maintain Syria Sanctions after Earthquake. transcend.org 1 Mar 2023 – The resolution received 51 cosponsors. It passed in a vote of 414-2. Only Reps. Thomas Massie (R-KY) and Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) voted against the measure.

Antonio C.S. Rosa (2023-03-06). US Exceptionalism and the Wars in Syria and Ukraine. transcend.org After the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1990, neoconservatives said it was time for US interests and priorities to be dominant. This was to be a New American Century with no challengers. It became US foreign policy: The US should not permit any country to challenge US supremacy and dominance.

Prof. Claudia von Werlhof (2023-03-06). Was the Earthquake in Turkey and Syria Man-made? globalresearch.ca

The Cradle (2023-03-06). Syria Condemns Illegal Visit of Top US General. Biden Wants to Keep Troops in Country. globalresearch.ca

The Cradle (2023-03-06). Top US General Reaffirms Occupation of Syria During Visit. globalresearch.ca

Editor (2023-03-07). US Ambassador Arrogantly Lectures China 'Threat': 'We're the Leader in This Region (Asia)!'. scheerpost.com In an interview with the Chamber of Commerce, US Ambassador Nicholas Burns referred to China as a "threat", "great challenge", and "very difficult government", stating arrogantly, "The United States is staying in this region. We're the leader in this [Indo-Pacific] region".

Ben Norton, Geopolitical Economy. (2023-03-06). US Ambassador Arrogantly Lectures That China Is A 'Threat'. popularresistance.org Washington's ambassador to Beijing referred to China as a "threat" and "great challenge". He stated arrogantly, "The United States is staying in this region. We're the leader in this region", referring to the Indo-Pacific. | The ambassador, Nicholas Burns, insisted, "We're going to hold our own out here. And I feel optimistic — I'm just concluding my first year as ambassador — about the American position in this country [China] and in this region". | In an interview with the US Chamber of Commerce, Burns made very aggressive comments, going so far as to blame China for the coronavirus pandemic, claimi…

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