Russian Senator: Tayyip Erdogan's remarks on Crimea is nostalgia for the Middle Ages

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's calling Crimea's reunification with Russia ,annexation, is dictated by nostalgia for the Middle Ages, Ekaterina Altabaeva, who represents Sevastopol in Russia's upper house, told Sputnik on Wednesday.

Addressing the UN General Assembly on Tuesday, ERdogan noted the importance of preserving Ukraine's territorial integrity, including the territory of "annexed" Crimea. The Turkish leader also pointed to the need to make more efforts to protect the rights of the Crimean Tatars.

FBI Director warns against terrorist attacks in the United States after Afghanistan unrest

It is known to all that the United States has openly contributed to supporting, funding and arming terrorist organizations, including ISIS and Al-Qaeda, to serve its schemes in Syria, Iraq and other countries of the region.

This terrorism seems to backfire on Washington, particularly after Taliban has established control over Afghanistan.

FBI Director Christopher Wray is concerned that the collapse of the Afghanistan government and swift takeover by the Taliban could inspire some U.S.-based extremists to attack the United States, the Associated Press reported.

Erdogan’s regime trying to bribe US Congress members into cancelling Washington’s recognition of the Armenian Genocide

The Turkish regime, led by President Recepe Tayyib Erdogan, insists on denying the genocide committed by the Ottoman state against the Armenians.

According to the “Armenian Weekly” newspaper pro-Erdogan political groups are trying to bribe US Congress members in a bid to cancel the United States’ recognition of this massacre.

The newspaper said that a newly surfaced Federal Election Commission (FEC) records reveal that Erdogan-allied groups –openly committed to Turkey’s aim of rolling back US recognition of the Armenian Genocide –delivered $235,000 to 82 US federal legislators during the most recent election cycle.

Under Erdogan’s rule, Turkey has dramatically escalated its influence operations in the United States, using paid agents, proxy organizations and often illegal means to overtly and covertly manipulate US policy and policymakers. US law enforcement authorities have, with few exceptions, been slow to investigate and prosecute instances of illegal Turkish interference in the US political system, the newspaper also said.

China calls for establishing a democratic, equitable international order to protect human rights

GENEVA- A Chinese envoy on Monday told the UN Human Rights Council that a democratic and equitable international order is essential to the promotion and protection of human rights, According to Xinhua News Agency.

All parties should practice true multilateralism and make the international order more just and equitable, said Chen Xu, head of the Chinese Mission to UN at Geneva at the interactive dialogue with the UN independent expert on the promotion of a democratic and equitable international order.

Chen, speaking on behalf of a group of countries, stressed the importance of the UN-centered international system and the international order underpinned by international law, and expressed opposition to bullying, unilateralism and double standards.

The Chinese ambassador called on all nations to pursue win-win cooperation, conduct dialogue and cooperation on the basis of equality and mutual respect, bridge differences through consultations and dialogue, achieve universal security through cooperation and promote common development and prosperity.

Syrian parliamentarians study Moscow experience in social infrastructure development

A delegation of Syrian parliamentarians visited social facilities in the Moskovsky settlement and the Solntsevo region at the invitation of State Duma Deputy Dmitry Sablin.

Deputy of the People's Council, head of the friendship group with the Russian parliament Bassem Sudan, his deputy, deputy of the People's Council Safuan Kurabi, employee of the protocol of the People's Council Majid Saud, visited school No. 1000 in the Tatianin Park residential complex, branch No. 194 of the city polyclinic No. 212 and the ice arena in Solntsevo area.

The New York Times exposes the involvement of Washington and Israel in the assassination of an Iranian nuclear scientist

On September 18th, the New York Times revealed new details about the assassination of Iranian nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh in November last year, exposing the involvement of the United States and the Israeli occupation entity in the crime.

Putin: The withdrawal of Western coalition forces from Afghanistan was a hasty move

Moscow – (ST)  Russian President Vladimir Putin stressed in a statement during the Summit of the Collective Security Treaty Organization held in the capital of Tajikistan "the need to coordinate and unify efforts to ensure the security of the organization's countries, against the background of the new situation in Afghanistan".

" In the current conditions there is more need than ever for close coordination and solidarity among the member states of the CSTO," Putin added.

Putin also stressed that the situation in the CSTO area of responsibility is unstable and carries risks for the countries of the region, saying: "As we mentioned earlier, the situation in the CSTO area of responsibility and at the external borders of member states is not only unstable, but also poses new acute challenges,dangers to the security of our countries.