11.06.2015 Crisis News

Donate

Loading the player...


This video is realized due to your donations.

Yemen’s Popular Committees on Wednesday seized control of the al-Khanjar barracks in Yemen’s Jawf Province after engaging in fierce clashes with al-Qaeda militants. The military camp was a major stronghold of militants in north Yemen. Forces loyal to Yemen’s fugitive former president, Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi, also used the facility for launching attacks on Ansarullah and their followers in neighboring provinces. Earlier in the day, Ansarullah fighters and their allied military units took control of the Aqabah region in the same province. The area was used as a major supply line for al-Qaeda militants, facilitating their movement between Yemen and Saudi Arabia.

President Barack Obama on Wednesday ordered the deployment of 450 more U.S. troops to Iraq in public order to advise and assist Iraqi forces being built up to try to retake territory lost to Islamic State. The U.S. plan is to expand the 3,100-strong contingent in Iraq and open a new operations center closer to the fighting in Anbar province. Washington doesn’t feel annoyed by the fact that arise of Islamic State is result of the USA’s actions in the region. So the U.S. has just launched a new wave of never ending American invasion to Iraq.

The leaders of 4 main Macedonian political parties failed to reach an agreement on settling the crisis in the country during Wednesday talks, a European Commission press release said. Macedonia has been mired in a political crisis since the country had decided to join Russian gas project ‘Turkish Stream’. The opposition blames the government of Macedonian Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski for the country’s social and economic problems, aggravated by corruption. In May, opposition groups staged mass anti-government protests in the Macedonian capital. The USA and EU has been actively assisting to the Macedonian government as they had been doing in Ukraine.

Representatives of the DPR and the LPR made a joint statement about the wish of the republics to join Russia. “The People’s Republic of Donetsk and the People’s Republic of Lugansk undoubtedly consider the Crimea as a part of Russia. Moreover, our republics would ideally like to join the Russian Federation,” Denis Pushilin and Vladislav Deinego said. On June 9 it was reported that the authorities of the people’s republics published a new version of amendments to the Ukrainian Constitution. The document raised many doubts as it stated that the city of Sevastopol and the Republic of Crimea were regarded as a territory of Ukraine.

Supply SouthFront newsammo units for more struggle for the truth

(Do you like this content? Help SouthFront make more!)

11.06.2015 Crisis News 11.06.2015 Crisis News 11.06.2015 Crisis News 11.06.2015 Crisis News 11.06.2015 Crisis News

Donate

SouthFront

Do you like this content? Consider helping us!