Putin will respond
Posted: Wednesday, November 25, 2015
Turkey Brings NATO to the Precipice of War With Russia
By shooting down a Russian fighter jet, Ankara could sunder the growing coalition against ISIS, which it has been aiding and abetting for some time.
Turkey has spent years allowing jihadist groups to flourish - so beware its real reasons for shooting down a Russian plane
Turkey has no interest in the peaceful settlement to the conflict in Syria that world powers are negotiating. As Erdogan gets desperate, he will attempt to bring focus back to Assad
NATO faces new Mideast crisis after downing of Russian jet by Turkey
'Turkish jets gave us no warning before shooting' – rescued pilot of downed Russian Su-24
The navigator of the Russian Su-24 shot down by a Turkish fighter jet on Tuesday insists that his plane did not cross into Turkey's airspace, and says he was given no visual or radio warning before being fired at.
Downing of Russian Su-24 looks like a planned provocation - Lavrov
Turkey Provokes Russia with Shoot-down
Turkey appears to have deliberately shot down a Russian warplane as a provocation designed to escalate tensions between NATO and Russia, a ploy that seems to have sucked in President Obama as he tries to look tough against Russia to appease his neocon critics, writes Robert Parry
Ankara defends ISIS, Turkish officials have financial interest in oil trade with group - PM Medvedev
Some Turkish officials have 'direct financial interest' in the oil trade with the terrorist group Islamic State, Russian PM Dmitry Medvedev said as he detailed possible Russian retaliation to Turkey's downing of a Russian warplane in Syria on Tuesday.
Downed in 17 seconds? Where Turkey's story of Su-24 violating airspace just does not add up
Putin will respond: Russians feel betrayed as Turkey stabs them in the back
HRW & Amnesty condemn Saudi airstrike on Yemeni factory with UK-made missile
'Chilling' Video of Alleged Murder Made Public as Chicago Cop Finally Charged
By 'artificially delaying justice for 400 days,' city officials have 'allowed anger, mistrust and resentment to build up to a fever pitch'
Protests Erupt in Chicago After Video of Laquan McDonald Being Shot by Police Released
These 3 judges hold the fate of the Internet in their hands
Next week, a federal appeals court in Washington will hear one of its biggest cases of the year, one whose outcome will directly affect how Internet providers can alter your experience online.
Missouri supreme court rules to dismiss death row inmate's murder convictions
Reggie Clemons, a Missouri prisoner who has spent 22 years on death row for the 1991 rape and murder of two sisters, has had his convictions thrown out by the state’s highest court on grounds that he was denied a fair trial through prosecutorial misconduct.