Tony Blair should be prosecuted over Iraq war, high court hears

Tony Blair should be prosecuted over Iraq war, high court hears

Will the elite protect Tony Blair as calls mount for him to stand trial over his role in the Iraq invasion?

US President Donald Trump sits down for lunch with troops during a visit to the US Central Command  at MacDill Air Force Base on February 6, 2017 in Tampa, Florida.
Trump on Monday paid his first visit to US Central Command, meeting officers who will form the tip of the spear in implementing his new strategy to defeat the Islamic State group. / AFP PHOTO / MANDEL NGAN

The US risks war with Iran in eastern Syria

Some in Washington hope the US can cut off Iran’s regional influence in eastern Syria, but that’s a recipe for endless war

Syria Summary – The End Of The War Is Now In Sight

Moon of Alabama looks at recent developments in Syria

U.S. Wants Control Over Anbar And Beyond - Iraq and Syria Will Prevent It

U.S. Wants Control Over Anbar And Beyond – Iraq and Syria Will Prevent It

The U.S. plans to impose an economic stranglehold on Iraq, Syria and Jordan with a toll road. Moon of Alabama explains

Iraq Seizes ‘World’s Largest’ Ransom on Route to Royal Kidnappers

Officials at Baghdad International Airport became suspicious when their X-ray machines could not see into 23 large bags unloaded from a Qatari plane. Turns out they contained dollars and euros in cash worth a total of $500 million

Attorney General tries to block bid to prosecute Tony Blair over Iraq War

This is what happens when you do the elite’s bidding. No matter what crime you carry out. Regardless of how many die you’ll be immune from prosecution. Like Tony Blair

US Defence Secretary John Mattiss  in Baghdad in 2013 speaking to reporters about chemical weapons. Click to enlarge

There’s a terrifying sense of deja vu as the Generals take over the White House

John Bradley, a veteran White House correspondent who covered the build-up to the US-led invasion of Iraq in 2003, feels a terrible sense of deja vu

China's Ambassador Li Baodong (front C) votes during a U.N. Security Council meeting on a European-Arab draft resolution endorsing an Arab League plan calling for Syria's President Bashar al-Assad to give up power in New York February 4, 2012. The Homs attack made Friday the bloodiest day of an 11-month uprising and it gave new urgency to a push by the Arab League, the United States and Europe for a U.N. resolution calling for Assad to cede p+ower. Th Security Council had scheduled an open meeting for Saturday to vote on the draft. But Russia asked that the 15-nation body not immediately do so and instead hold consultations. REUTERS/Allison Joyce (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)

Russia and China Catch Security Council in a Devastating Lie

Security Council expresses “unanimous concern” about Islamic State’s use of chemical weapons — then blocks Russia-China resolution to investigate. Why?

Anti-Daesh coalition meeting in Washington

Destroy Daesh?

Washington intends to destroy the Frankenstein it created in the form of Daesh, aka ISIS. But will the Europeans, asks Thierry Meyssan, try to save their proxies?

As many as 240 thought to have been killed in the incident

US confirms air strike on civilian area of Mosul

As many as 240 Iraqis thought to have been killed in U.S. air strike

Rex Tillerson: US forces will stay in Iraq after defeat of Islamic State

Just as a “residual force” of nearly ten thousand U.S. troops has stayed in Afghanistan after the official U.S. withdrawal

Third Time’s The Charm – These Neocons Want Another Sunni Insurgency (Updated)

Moon of Alabama explains that the Neocon’s want to reignite conflict in the Middle East; using “Sunni Arab tribes” to destroy the Syrian state and then attack the Iranian “bridge” to Hizbullah in Lebanon.

In an earlier operation US helicopters helped evacuate ISIL/Daesh commanders from Western Mosul. Click to enlarge

Iraq: US Forces Evacuate ISIL Commanders from Western Mosul

Iraqi commanders fighting ISIL terrorists claim US forces are airlifting terrorist leaders from besieged Western Mosul

A C-130 aircraft drops its cargo near the Iranian border. Click to enlarge.

Iraq: US Forces Trying to Evacuate ISIL Commanders from Tal Afar

Iraqi military commanders claim the U.S. is organising aid airdrops to besieged militants as it tries to evacuate their trapped commanders

‘Blackwater Air’ Is Back, and Flying for U.S. Special Forces

The mercenary air force that became a symbol of the U.S. occupation of Iraq is back in action—this time in Central Africa

Western air strike in Kobane. Click to enlarge

Pentagon reportedly failed to disclose thousands of US airstrikes in Middle East

Last year alone 456 unreported air strikes took place in Afghanistan — meaning the U.S. is still at war there

Iran FM Javad Zarif responds to a reporter’s question regarding Ballistic Missiles

Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif explains why Iran refuses to abandon its missile development program. His cogent answer begins at 00:50

Mosul Battle Symbolizes Iraq's Fragile Statehood

Mosul Battle Symbolizes Iraq’s Fragile Statehood

A first-hand field report on the battle for Mosul from a correspondent in Iraq

Russian jets reportedly repel militants from ancient Syrian city

The conflict in Syria is only going to end when those who backing Islamic State– the West, the gulf states, Turkey and Israel — withdraw their support

SAS troops join Battle for Mosul in bid to liberate city from ISIS fighters

David Cameron banned the SAS from hunting ISIS chiefs but Theresa May has given them the go-ahead to kill the terror leaders. Why the sudden change?