Monday, December 4, 2023

Ukraine may have received new missiles against drones from Britain - Reports

Britain could supply Ukraine with new Martlet missiles, used to combat unmanned aerial vehicles, according to the Times newspaper article.

White House warns it is nearly out of money to help Ukraine in war against Russia

White House budget director Shalanda Young warned in a letter to Republican House Speaker Mike Johnson and other congressional leaders on Monday that the United States was running out of time and money to help Ukraine fight its war with Russia.

Iran Vows Response to Deaths of 2 Military Advisers in Syria

Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Nasser Kanaani said on Monday that the country would respond to any actions against its military advisers in Syria, following a missile attack on Damascus that left two Iranian personnel dead over the weekend.

UNSC Held Hostage to US, Unable to Save Gaza: Iranian Spokesman

The spokesperson for the Iranian Foreign Ministry lamented the fact that the United Nations Security Council has fallen under the influence of the US and failed to fulfill its duties regarding the brutal Israeli war against Gaza.

Bulgarian president vetoes agreement with Ukraine on supply of armored personnel carriers

Bulgarian President Rumen Radev has vetoed an agreement for the donation of the Bulgarian Interior Ministry’s surplus armored personnel carriers to Ukraine, which had been approved by the Bulgarian parliament on November 22, the presidential press service reported.

US Airstrike on Headquarters of Iraqi Armed Formations Leaves 5 People Dead – Reports

 Five people have been killed as a result of a US airstrike on the headquarters of Iraqi armed formations, Iraqi news agency Shafaq News reported on Sunday, citing a source in the security agencies.

US warship shoots down drones launched from Yemen

A US warship shot down multiple drones today while assisting commercial ships in the Red Sea that were targeted by attacks from Yemen, the US Central Command (CENTCOM) said.

China accuses US of ‘stirring up’ tensions in South China Sea

China on Monday said the United States was responsible for “deliberate stirring up” of tensions in the South China Sea, after a US warship navigated through waters claimed by Beijing.

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US Democratic congresswoman : There is no difference between 'moderate' rebels and al-Qaeda or the ISIS

United States Congresswoman and Democratic Party member Tulsi Gabbard on Wednesday revealed that she held a meeting with Syrian Presiden...