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New media leaks prove Britain’s involvement in supporting terrorist organization in Syria

London, (ST): The British  "The Telegraph "newspaper has published new leaks that exposed Britain’s role in the terrorist war on Syria and its neo-colonialist ambitions in the Middle East through secret interventions in several countries.

The leaks, which were published under the title “Trojan Horse", revealed information  about British penetration into Lebanon and its early intervention in the war against Syria since 2011 through the support offered by British officials to terrorist organizations  financially and logistically and through arming terrorists and covering up their crimes. It referred to the establishment of media outlets as independent but in fact they promotedradical ideology as well as training terrorists and arming them with the aim of destabilizing Syria by using terrorists as a tool to achieve certain political goals .

The Telegraph newspaper said that the terrorist attacks that took place in several European citiesshow that the terrorists remain terrorists, although some parties have been trying to improve and burnish their image, while others seek to convince the world public opinion that they are freedom fighters.

In the second part of the leaks published by the British newspaper, the focus was on Lebanon, where it exposed that Britain has penetrated into all important sectors in Lebanon and that it was trying to deceive it by claiming to offer assistance to it to achieve only one goal, which is to occupy it.”

The Times: A terrorist roaming streets of London, causing state of panic

A leader of the terrorist organization Al-Qaeda roams the streets of London after his release from American prisons, in a clear reflection of Western policies in support of terrorism at the international level.

The Times British newspaper sheds light on the state of panic on the British street after seeing the terrorist Adel Abdul-Bari, a senior aide to the leader of Al-Qaeda, roaming freely in the streets of London after his release from US prisons with a special amnesty.

US thinker Jim Bovard calls for exposing America’s dirty secrets in Syria to stop a Biden war

US political thinker Jim Bovard has called for unveiling Washington's crimes and dirty secrets in Syria to the American public opinion, particularly the US continuous attacks against the Syrians, the US occupation of parts of Syria and the support  being provided by the US to terrorist organizations since the beginning of the terrorist war on the country.

In an article published recently by the Consortium News Website, Bovard said that the best hope to prevent a new round of US mistakes, lies and atrocities is to disclose the mistakes, lies and atrocities of the past American crimes in Syria. He called on the outgoing US President Donald Trump to open the "dirty" US secret files on Syria, saying that this would "provide an effective weapon in the hands of a huge number of Americans who vehemently reject new wars."

Athens calls upon Turkey to revoke ‘illegal’ Navtex

Greece’s Foreign Ministry has urged Turkey to revoke an “illegal” Navtex extending the activities of its Oruc Reis research vessel in the Eastern Mediterranean through November 29.

In a statement Saturday, the Foreign Ministry said that the Turkish Navtex had reserved an area overlapping Greece’s continental shelf in violation of the international law of the sea.

Turkey’s moves, the ministry said, undermine peace, security and stability in the region.

The ministry warned that Turkey was once again disregarding calls by the international community and the European Council to refrain from illegal actions that fuel tensions in the region.

It added that actions of this sort undermine prospects for an improvement in EU-Turkey ties at a time when Turkish officials assert that bloc membership remains Ankara’s “strategic” priority. The remark was an apparent reference to comments made by Ibrahim Kalin, the Turkish president’s spokesman, during talks with EU officials in Brussels Saturday.

Twitter says it will give @POTUS account to Biden on Inauguration Day

Twitter said Friday it will hand control of the @POTUS account to the new Biden administration on Inauguration Day.

The @POTUS account is the official account of the President of the United States and is separate from the @realDonaldTrump account that Trump uses to tweet.

This will also apply to about a dozen White House accounts, including the @FLOTUS and @PressSec accounts, Nick Pacilio, a Twitter spokesperson told CNN Business.

"Twitter is actively preparing to support the transition of White House institutional Twitter accounts on January 20th, 2021. As we did for the presidential transition in 2017, this process is being done in close consultation with the National Archives and Records Administration," Pacilio said in a statement.

Turkey must stop provocations in eastern Mediterranean - Germany

Turkey has to cease provocations in the eastern Mediterranean if it wants to avoid new discussions about European Union sanctions against Ankara at an EU summit in December, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said on Thursday.

"It is up to Turkey what decision will be taken at the EU summit in December," Maas said ahead of a meeting with his EU counterparts.

British Defense Secretary: UK will likely follow the U.S. in cutting Afghanistan troops

LONDON- Britain will likely follow the United States in reducing troop levels in Afghanistan but it will continue to work with its government and the U.S. to protect the country’s security, Britain’s Defense Secretary Ben Wallace said on Thursday, according to Reuters.

The Pentagon said on Tuesday President Donald Trump would sharply reduce the number of U.S. forces in Afghanistan from 4,500 to 2,500 by mid-January.

Wallace said the Americans were not totally pulling out at this stage, and neither was Britain.

But he said: “I expect if they (the U.S.) are reducing at some stage, we will come down.”

Wallace said Britain had limited scope to act independently of its largest ally, but an increased funding settlement he had agreed with the finance ministry would in the future give the country greater options.