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Russia destroys Turkish truck convoy headed for Syrian militants -- Erdogan silent
from Russian by Tom Winter
additional photos supplied by Fort Russ
night (November 25) the first photos and video came up of the
destroyed Turkish convoy that arrived in the militant-controlled city
First, some photos:
Translated from Russian by Tom Winter
With additional photos supplied by Fort Russ
Last night (November 25) the first photos and video came up of the destroyed Turkish convoy that arrived in the militant-controlled city of Azaz.
First, some photos:
From RT -
Georgia-Russia checkpoint turns away trucks with Turkish registration
border guards at the checkpoint of "Kazbegi –Upper Lars"
haved blocked the passage to Russia via Georgia following the transit
of trucks with Turkish plates, according to the correspondent of the
newspaper LOOK in Georgia with reference to the news Agency
"Pirveli". According to the Agency, hundreds of trucks on
the border with the Georgian side have accumulated.
Vehicles with other number plates have been allowed to pass through.
to drivers of vehicles with a Turkish registration, the Russian
border guards do not explain the reasons for the refusal, however,
they attribute the fact that relations between the two countries are
going through a difficult time after the attack by Turkish jets on
the Russian plane in Syria.
in Tbilisi are yet to comment. The checkpoint is in the mountains,
temperatures are low, weather conditions are difficult.
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According to Turkish press 20 trucks were destroyed, seven people killed, and 10 were injured by the strikes and the consequent fires in Azaz.
Video: Interview with ISIL members captured by YPG
Interviews with ISIL members captured by the YPG (People’s Defense Units, the armed forces of the government of Rojava, the Syrian Kurdistan), that have been fighting ISIL since 2013. From a 2015 report in Israel’s Channel 1, edited by Binyamin Edelman.
[…] — Where’s the money coming from?
— Saudi Arabia, Turkey… we get plenty of support.
— Weapons too?
— Everything is coming from abroad. Support, weapons, money, everyhing.
— Do you like Saudi Arabia?
— Yes, why wouldn’t we like them?
— And Turkey?
Yes, we like Turkey. Why wouldn’t we like them? They sent us everything we needed. Even doctors. […]