Increased Turkish-Syrian Tensions Over Idlib Could Benefit Putin.

As Damascus steps up attacks on last rebel enclave, Ankara looks to Moscow to avert new refugee exodus, while increasing Turkey’s military presence in Syria.
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The Case for COVID Boosters and Vaccine Mandates in US.

The Case for COVID Boosters and Vaccine Mandates in US.

Dr. Anthony Fauci explains the science behind boosters and Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson discusses vaccine mandates Originally published at -

Mass Funeral for Victims of Afghan Mosque Attack

Mass Funeral for Victims of Afghan Mosque Attack

Shiite community members in the Afghan southern province of Kandahar held a mass funeral ceremony for the victims of Friday's suicide bombing of a Shiite mosque. READ MORE: Islamic State’s Amaq news agency said late Friday that two of its members ...

Devotees in Nepal Cover Themselves in Cow Dung to Celebrate Hindu Festival.

Devotees in Nepal Cover Themselves in Cow Dung to Celebrate Hindu Festival.

In a unique celebration of Hindu festival of Dussehra, devotees in Bhaktapur city of Nepal put a thick layer of cow dung on themselves and lit lamps and candles on them, as they thanked God for answering their prayers, Friday, October 15. Devotees...

Huge Crowds Gather in Northern India to Celebrate Hindu Festival.

Huge Crowds Gather in Northern India to Celebrate Hindu Festival.

A huge number of devotees gathered in India's northern Kullu district, Friday, October 15, despite COVID-19, as a weeklong fair celebrating the Hindu festival of Dussehra began. Dussehra marks the triumph of good over evil. It is regarded as the d...

Germany's Merkel Visits Turkish President Erdogan in Istanbul.

Germany's Merkel Visits Turkish President Erdogan in Istanbul.

️ German Chancellor Angela Merkel met with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Istanbul, Turkey, Saturday, October 16. The leaders were expected to discuss Ankara's relationship with Berlin and the European Union, as well as regional issues ...