Headlines: 6th October 2015

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‘Russia has just achieved, in 72 hours, what the West failed to do in an entire year.

Numerous news outlets are now reporting that ISIS forces are in total disarray and even, in some cases, completely on the run following the start of Russian airstrikes last week.

Russian Lt. Gen. Andrei Kartapolov said that “intelligence has captured that militants are leaving the areas under their control“, and, most importantly, he added that “panic and desertion have begun in their ranks. About 600 mercenaries have left their positions and are trying to get to Europe“.

Due to this runaway success, Kartapolov said “we will not only continue conducting our airstrikes, but will also increase their intensity“, where the Russians will be targeting “command and control centers, ammunition and explosives warehouses, communication centers, mini-factories for the production of weapons of suicide bombings and militant training camps“.’

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Read more: ISIS on the Run: Russian Airstrikes Totally Obliterate Terrorist Forces in Just 72 Hours


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‘The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) has called on Russia to stop its anti-Daesh air campaign in Syria after Russian fighter jet strayed into Turkey’s airspace.

“Allies call on the Russian Federation to immediately cease its attacks on the Syrian opposition and civilians,” NATO said Monday in a statement following an emergency meeting on the Syria crisis at its Brussels headquarters.

The military alliance also expressed its deep concern over Russia’s military presence in Syria.’

Read more: NATO calls on Russia to cease Syria military strikes



‘Russia’s Sukhoi jets flew 15 sorties over Syria on Monday striking 10 Islamic State targets in various regions, according to Russia’s Defense Ministry. 20 tanks and 3 rocket launchers in Homs province near embattled Palmyra were destroyed.

“During the day, Sukhoi-34, Sukhoi-24M and Sukhoi-25 warplanes flew a total of 15 sorties from the Khmeimim airbase. Air strikes were delivered at ten targets of the Islamic State [IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL] group in Syria,” Igor Konashenkov, Russia’s Defense Ministry spokesman said in a statement on Monday.

A pair of Su-25Ms (NATO reporting name: Frogfoot) together with an Su-24 (NATO reporting name: Fencer) carried out strikes on two IS targets in the eastern part of Homs province near the city of Tadmur, he said.’

Read more: Russian Air Force destroys 20 ISIS tanks near Palmyra – Defense Ministry 


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‘Another day, another Daily Shooter. Once again, we see evidence of another multi-agency drill held prior the event, as well as a number of other a number of bizarre anomalies attached to this heavily dramatized mass-shooting said to have occurred at Umpqua Community College, near Roseburg, Oregon.’

Read more: Daily Shooter: Inter-Agency Drill, Lone Gunman and ‘USB Manifesto’ at Oregon Campus Shooting



Nigel Voden a senior Home Office drug advisor, has been arrested by police on suspicion of dealing in crack cocaine.

He has been suspended by the Home Office after police raided a suspected crack den in block of flats where Mr. Voden lived.

Read more: Nigel Voden, a Home Office drug advisor detained in police crack cocaine raid


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George Osborne has made the ludicrous claim that  if her doesn’t cut tax credits for working families then the poor will suffer.

He stated that by reducing tax credits to the low paid they will be better off by gaining the economic security of more money going towards paying down the national deficit.

Read more: If I don’t cut tax credits the poor will suffer says George Osborne

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