US B-52 warplane bombard Sarmada town in Idlib countryside, at least 25 civilians killed

Dozens of casualties and injuries were reported when a US B-52 strategic bomber have carried out an airstrike over Sarmada town in Idlib countryside. The attack by US B-52 warplane have targeted a prison of Jabhat Fateh Al-Sham (formerly Nusra Front) and outskirts of towns Sarmada and Kafr Daryan with five bombs on Tuesday’s midday at … More US B-52 warplane bombard Sarmada town in Idlib countryside, at least 25 civilians killed

“Democratic front” made a “final warning” to Djukanovic

The opposition declared a decisive boycott to the new Skupština calling it “a bunch” of farce and shame. The largest opposition alliance of the country -“Democratic Front” (DF)- was one of the first to ignore the meeting of the Parliament. Then they were by joined “The Social Democratic Party”, “Democracy” and “The Key” coalition. One … More “Democratic front” made a “final warning” to Djukanovic

Montenegrin mafia retained the post of Prime Minister

November 24, the Ukrainian fishing boat that was in distress for two days in the Mediterranean Sea was rescued by Russian military ship and dragged to Crete for emergency maintenance. Greek authorities banned trawler making a voyage from Montenegro to Lebanon to leave the port. The ship was detained as a large consignment of contraband … More Montenegrin mafia retained the post of Prime Minister

Djukanovich’s putsch to have been: a spy fiction with a bad plot

The recent parliamentary election in Montenegro has testified the most evident thing: Djukanovic and Co. have already crossed the line of permissiveness and are used to playing with loaded dice in power race. Observers fixed a record violation number: massive fraud, carousel voting, pre-marked ballots, vote buying and cemetery vote. However, the real apogee turned … More Djukanovich’s putsch to have been: a spy fiction with a bad plot

Will Donald Trump Fulfill His Promises on Syrian Crisis?

Republican candidate Donald Trump scored a decisive victory against the Democratic Party’s Hillary Clinton in the presidential elections held on November, 9. Although the presidential race largely consisted of bitter exchange and personal insults between the two candidates, the real conflict between Trump and Clinton lies in their different agenda and approaches towards the U.S. … More Will Donald Trump Fulfill His Promises on Syrian Crisis?

Humanitarian Pause in Syria’s Aleppo Broken

Announced on November 5, 2016 humanitarian pause in Syrian Aleppo was once again broken by militants. The radicals from Jabhat Fatah al-Sham, whose positions are in the eastern part of the city conducted mortar attack on the humanitarian corridor near the Castello highway in the north of Aleppo. Because of the rebels repeatedly have refused … More Humanitarian Pause in Syria’s Aleppo Broken

UN Special Envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura: Promises and Reality

UN Special Envoy of the Secretary-General for Syria Staffan de Mistura recently claimed that he was appalled and shocked by massive bombardments launched by armed opposition groups on Syria’s western Aleppo. De Mistura also stressed that, as well as UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, he condemns the attacks on schools in Aleppo. These statements were written … More UN Special Envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura: Promises and Reality

From relocation of terms ideology does not change

The statement of the Prime Minister of Montenegro Milo Djukanovic concerning his resignation and the transfer of powers including the formation of a new parliament is actively discussed In Montenegro. Despite a positive outcome for the opposition forces the situation has not changed. Djukanovic explained his resignation by an anti-governmental conspiracy involving foreign intelligence services … More From relocation of terms ideology does not change

“Democratic” silence of Europe

Djukanovic says the country needs Euro-Atlantic integration. Montenegro must comply with European standards, said the Prime minister. Perhaps its political processes are also required to meet democratic standards and rules adopted in Europe. However, the last parliamentary elections showed a clear discrepancy between changes desired by Djukanovic and the real situation. There were more than … More “Democratic” silence of Europe