Daily Archives: Tuesday July 25th, 2017

Syrian field developments and a pragmatic American approach

Al-Hayat correspondent in Washington said that there was an impression in the United States that the Russian military intervention in Syria “changed the field data and imposed a pragmatic shift on Washington”, and that the agreement reached on the sidelines of the G20 «is undoubtedly a victory for Russia and an American confession of the success of its intervention». Al-Hayat’s ...

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” Syrian Government is soon to Regain Control over Deir Ezzour “

The Washington Institute highlighted the possibility of the Syrian army regaining control over Deir Ezzour as part of its methodological progress in the Syrian Desert, and expectedthat the autumn of 2017 will witness the full control of the city of Deir Ezzour by the Syrian government. This analysis is stated in an analytical article by the French researcher Fabrice Balunche ...

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The New Silk Road Will Go Through Syria

China and Syria have already begun discussing post-war infrastructure investment with a ‘Matchmaking Fair for Syria Reconstruction’ held in Beijing Amid the proverbial doom and gloom pervading all things Syria, the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune sometimes yield, well, good fortune. Take what happened this past Sunday, July 9, 2017 in Beijing. The China-Arab Exchange Association and the Syrian ...

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Syria wins and Saudi Arabia loses

In political science, the chart of the growth or decline of sources of power and presence is the base for extrapolating the paths and destinies of states. Today, the Syrian chart has been completed and the line of regression has reached the bottom in 2015 but after that the rise started and continues.. militarily, the situation is from good to ...

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“The Mystery How the Crown of the Sun is Heated to Millions of Degree”

Scientists from Physical institute of RAS, using data from tragically died Koronas-Foton satellite, have tracked as the crown of the Sun is warmed to several million degrees. The high temperature of most top layer of the solar atmosphere still remains a riddle for astrophysicists. Underlying layers of the Sun – the chromosphere and the photosphere – are warmed to ten thousand degrees ...

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Planets were formed from giant mud balls

A new study has found a discovery that could change perceptions of how Earth and other planets were formed in the solar system. While scientists believed that the planets were formed from rocky asteroids, researchers now found that the planets were formed by “giant mud balls” . The study says that the ice-filled pores of global dust in the early ...

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Hold your tongue

Once a peasant got angry with his friend and hurled him with an insulting word. As soon as he returned to his house and calmed his nerves, he began to think clearly: How did this word come out of my mouth? I will apologize to my friend . The peasant  has already returned to his friend, and in great shyness, ...

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