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1. Nato expresses 'concern' over Russia's role in Syria

  • Duration: 71
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Nato expresses 'concern' over Russia's role in Syria

As Russian cargo planes touch down in Syria, Nato has expressed concern over Moscow’s role in the country. According to Russian authorities the two planes which arrived in Latakia on Saturday were carrying 80 tons of humanitarian aid. Although reports are growing that Russia is stepping up its support of the Syrian regime. “We don’t truly understand yet what it is that Russia is going to do in Syria,” Philip Breedlove, NATO’s Supreme Allied Commander for Europe told a press conference. “We have heard everything from humanitarian operations to combat operations. It remains to be seen what this will be in the end. We do watch it with concern and what we are most concerned about is any operations that will continue to support the Assad regime.” Russia has been a staunch ally of President Bashar al-Assad since the conflict began in Syria more than four years ago. The Kremlin dismissed reports that it has been building up its military presence in the country, though says it has be



3. Russia expresses concern for safety of naval base in Syria

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Russia expresses concern for safety of naval base in Syria

Russia says it will evacuate its servicemen deployed at its naval base in the port of Tartus in Syria, if it comes under attack.


4. More Concerns Over Russian Airstrikes in Syria

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More Concerns Over Russian Airstrikes in Syria

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5. U.S. voices concern to Russia over latest military moves in Syria

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U.S. voices concern to Russia over latest military moves in Syria

Secretary of State John Kerry told his Russian counterpart on Saturday the United States was deeply concerned about reports that Moscow was moving toward a major military build-up in Syria widely seen as aimed at bolstering President Bashar al-Assad. U.S. authorities have detected "worrisome preparatory steps," including transport of prefabricated housing units for hundreds of people to a Syrian airfield, that could signal that Russia is readying deployment of heavy military assets there, a senior U.S. official told Reuters. The official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said Moscow's exact intentions remained unclear but that Kerry called Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov to leave no doubt of the U.S. position. The United States and Russia have long been at loggerheads over Syria. Russia has backed Assad. The United States advocates a political transition to end his rule.


6. Kerry Tells Lavrov of U.S. Concern Over Russian Moves in Syria

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Kerry Tells Lavrov of U.S. Concern Over Russian Moves in Syria

Secretary of State John Kerry expressed U.S. concern over reports of Russia's enhanced military build-up in Syria in a telephone call on Saturday with his Russian counterpart, the State Department said.


7. More Concerns Over Russian Airstrikes in Syria

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More Concerns Over Russian Airstrikes in Syria

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NATO has expressed concern over Russias airstrikes on Syria, saying the raids might have targeted Western-backed militants. NATO Secretary General Jens .


8. Russia Rejects U.S. Concerns Over Vietnam Base Role in Bomber Flights

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Russia Rejects U.S. Concerns Over Vietnam Base Role in Bomber Flights

Russia on Friday rejected U.S. concerns about its use of a former American base in Vietnam for the refueling of Russian bomber flights around U.S. territory in the Pacific, dismissing recent U.S. statements as "puzzling" and "strange". Reuters reported on Wednesday that the United States had asked Vietnam to stop letting Russia use Vietnam's Cam Ranh Bay for tanker aircraft that have refueled nuclear-capable bombers engaged in shows of strength over the Asia-Pacific region.




9. Russia expressed its deep concerns over the growing presence of Daesh in Afghanistan

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Russia expressed its deep concerns over the growing presence of Daesh in Afghanistan

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10. Russia Sends S-300 Patriot Missiles to Syria,Drawing a Line in The Sand for NATO

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Russia Sends S-300 Patriot Missiles to Syria,Drawing a Line in The Sand for NATO

Russia Sends S-300 Patriot Missiles to Syria,Drawing a Line in The Sand for NATO


11. More Concerns Over Russian Airstrikes in Syria

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More Concerns Over Russian Airstrikes in Syria

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15. Obama Expresses Concern Russia Moving On Ukraine

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Obama Expresses Concern Russia Moving On Ukraine

With no sign of Russia abandoning the Crimean Peninsula, President Barack Obama said Tuesday, he's concerned that Moscow will move deeper into Ukraine and warned Russian President Vladimir Putin that the international community is prepared to impose punishing sanctions against his country's economy. Obama stood fast on his insistence that Crimea remains a part of Ukraine, even as the fledgling Ukrainian government in Kiev ordered its troops to pull back from the disputed territory. He dismissed Russia as a "regional power" that was acting from a position of weakness.


16. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton expresses concerns about Russian parliamentary elections that took place on Sunday

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Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton expresses  concerns about Russian parliamentary elections that took place on Sunday


Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton says she has "serious concerns" about the parliamentary elections which took place in Russia on Sunday.


17. Russia expresses concern over military activity near...

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Russia expresses concern over military activity near...

Soldiers have joined a mass rally in the North Korean capital Pyongyang, after leader Kim Jong-un stepped up threats against the US. He has signed off an order, putting missile units on standby to attack American bases in neighbouring South Korea and the Pacific. ... http://www.euronews.net/



19. NATO foreign ministers meet amid concerns over Syrian chemical arms

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NATO foreign ministers meet amid concerns over Syrian chemical arms

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STORY: NATO allies arrive in Brussels where they will agree on Tuesday to deploy Patriot missiles in NATO-member Turkey.
The United States, Germany and the Netherlands will supply the equipment, NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said at the start of a two-day meeting of NATO foreign affairs ministers in Brussels.
NATO also told Syrian President Bashar al-Assad that any use of chemical weapons in his fight against encroaching rebel forces would be met by an immediate international response.
The warning came as Syrian forces bombarded rebel districts near Damascus in a sustained counter-attack to stem rebel gains around Assad's power base.


20. International community expresses caution over U.S.-Russian deal on Syria

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International community expresses caution over U.S.-Russian deal on Syria

As U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov celebrate their new proposal on eliminating Syria's chemical weapons arsenal, not everyone is happy.
News of the agreement has spread quickly, prompting a number of reactions, including disappointment for the Syrian National Coalition Ambassador for Gulf Cooperation Council Countries, Adib Shishakli.
(SOUNDBITE) (English) SYRIAN NATIONAL COALITION AMBASSADOR FOR GULF COOPERATION COUNCIL (GCC) COUNTRIES, ADIB SHISHAKLI, SAYING:
"Any deal, or anything discussed between Russia and the U.S., it wasn't in coordination with the Syrian Coalition. Our view is this regime cannot be trusted."
The deal stipulates that Syria provide a list of its stockpiles within a week, U.N. inspectors be in Syria no later than November, and any weapons be completely destroyed by the middle of 2014.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said this week he would turn in information on his stockpiles in 30 days,