Wednesday, March 09, 2016


Iran fires 2 missiles marked with 'Israel must be wiped out'  Iran test-fired two ballistic missiles Wednesday with the phrase "Israel must be wiped out" written in Hebrew on them, state media reported, a show of strength by the Islamic Republic as U.S. Vice President Joe Biden visited Israel. 

Iranian admiral says US ships 'cause of absolute evil'  Presence of American vessels in Persian Gulf is damaging to region, says Ali Fadavi. 

Russia threatens to invade North Korea over nuclear threats  North Korea's provocative nuclear rhetoric has gotten so bad even the Kremlin has come out against the hermit kingdom, warning continued nuclear threats could justify an invasion. 

Biden: US condemns international failure to denounce Palestinian terror attacks  "This can not be viewed by civilized leaders as an appropriate way to behave. 

Revolutionary Guards: 'Iran has 10 times more missiles than Hezbollah's 100,000'  IRGC aerospace commander: Missiles belong to Palestinian, Lebanese, Syrian and Iraqi nations, as well as all the oppressed people of the world. 

9 times Donald Trump has been compared to Hitler  It doesn't help that last week Trump wavered in disavowing former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke, who is one of many racists and anti-Semites to voice support for the casino mogul. 

Fatah celebrates terror attack that killed American tourist in Jaffa  The Palestinian faction posted a photo describing the murderer of Taylor Force as a "heroic martyr." 

Migrant crisis: Macedonia shuts Balkans route  Macedonia has said it will no longer let any migrants through its border with Greece, effectively blocking the Balkan route north. 

Iran tests more missiles in defiance of US warning  Iran fired two more long-range ballistic missiles on Wednesday as it continued military tests in defiance of US sanctions and fresh warnings from Washington. 

Russia may be running out of oil  Oil production in Russia will inevitably decline by 2035 according to an Energy Ministry report seen by the Vedomosti business daily. The different scenarios predict an output drop from 1.2 percent up to 46 percent two decades from now.

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