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I think it's only a matter of time before WW3 starts.
originally posted by: DJW001
a reply to: mortex
Are you saying that Russia is not attacking civilian targets? That would be a change from their policy in Chechniya, wouldn't it?
Instead of making up assumptions and making # up, why don't you actually read my post instead of asking dumb questions with the intention of misleading people.
FYI, no I didn't say what the above troll claims.
TARTOUS, SYRIA (6:40 A.M.) - Yesterday, the Russian Aircraft Carrier, Admiral Kuznetsov, began its long journey to the Syrian port-city of Tartous, carrying dozens of attack helicopters and fighter jets.
Russia is outfitting its carrier-based Sukhoi Su-33 fighter aircraft with the SVP-24 air-to-ground targeting system, according to Russian Ministry of Defence (MoD) sources cited by the newspaper Izvestia. The SVP-24 is a specialised navigation and targeting system produced by Russian avionics developer Gefest and T. It enables combat aircraft to deliver conventional ordnance with accuracy approaching guided munitions, Russian sources claim. Historically the Su-33 had only a basic air-to-ground capability.
originally posted by: Flanker86
Here's the future for the aspiring Oligarchs and smart ass Burocrats around the world:
When they think they are untouchable and they can run it all .... # hits the fan!
Russia's Non-Participation in ICC Rome Statute Explained by National Interests
Russia’s decision to not take part in the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC) is explained by national interests, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Wednesday.
MOSCOW(Sputnik) – Earlier in the day, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed an order on Russia’s non-participation in the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court. "This is a position which the country assumed being guided by national interests," Peskov told reporters.