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Parliament of Ukraine intends to consider breaking off diplomatic relations with Russia. Verkhovna Rada (Ukrainian Parliament) Committee on Foreign Affairs…

French President Francois Hollande has abandoned his plans to change the constitution to strip dual-nationality terrorists convicted of terror attacks of…

Investigation reveals arms shipments ongoing Originally appeared on INFOWARS. An expert researcher investigating the ATF’s Operation Fast and Furious gun…

The so-called “moderate rebels” of the Free Syrian Army used Azaz National Hospital as combat positions in the  recent clashes with…

The Iraq’s forces are advancing on the ISIS-held town of Hit in Anbar Governatore. Map by Artur Rosiński

President Bashar al-Assad said the future contracts to help rebuild the country would be handed out to companies from nations…

Written by Celso P. Santos exclusively for SouthFront; Edited by Rachel Lane The Afghan Air Force (AAF) begins to use the…

The British Prime Minister David Cameron has dismissed Argentina’s claims to the waters surrounding the Falkland Islands as “speculation”, vowing…

The withdrawal announcement of Russia created an expectation that a Russian naval icebreaker and one of the missions main supply…

SouthFront: Analysis & Intelligence is a public analytical umbrella project maintained by an independent team of experts and volunteers from the…

The only reason the UK is having a referendum on whether the UK should stay in (Remain) or leave (Brexit)…

A diverse range of reports arguing Russia may deploy Iskander ballistic missiles (capable of being loaded with nuclear warheads) to Syria have…

The deal with Ankara provokes criticism left and right, but the position of Angela Merkel will be most undermined if…

Over the last 72 hours, the Syrian Arab Army’s 67th, 81st, and 120th brigades – backed by the Syrian Social…

Suspected suicide bomber claims to be one of the Chibok girls abducted by Boko Haram. Parents of the 270 schoolgirls…