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 Do us world Community of nations be satisfied with a highly objectionable comment that slanders followers of a worldwide respected religious people by a racist illiterate stupid horrendous individual Republican Presidential candidate. He should be banned o take part in the presidential race. He should have had sense to talk like would be President.
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 The policy might  help to a very negligible extent  by restricting meager amount of fossil energy use but the problem is with the Coal burning for Industries. India emits  huge quantity of Carbon like China and US.

Though the policy would create little help in controlling carbon emission yet as a test case it might be welcome..
Delhi will become the latest megacity to impose drastic restrictions on cars in an attempt to limit air pollution, with the government of India’s largest city banning cars from roads on alternate days from January 1 based on their number plates. The
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Wednesday, December 2, 2015


Turkey PM Says Country Won't Apologize To Russia For Downing Jet
Ahmet Davutoglu told reporters Monday that "no Turkish prime minister or president will apologize ... because of doing our duty."
By Jamey Keaten
Posted: 11/30/2015 07:42 AM EST | Edited: 11/30/2015 09:33 AM EST

BRUSSELS (AP) — Defying calls from Moscow, Turkey's prime minister said Monday that his country won't apologize to Russia for shooting down a warplane operating over Syria, saying the Turkish military was doing its job defending the national airspace.

Amid high tensions that have elicited concerns from the U.N chief, Ahmet Davutoglu also said Turkey hopes Moscow will reconsider economic sanctions announced against Turkish interests in the wake of last week's incident. The Turkish resort town of Antalya is "like a second home" to many Russian holidaymakers, he said, but refused to yield on Turkish security.

"No Turkish prime minister or president will apologize ... because of doing our duty," Davutoglu told reporters after meeting NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg in Brussels. "Protection of Turkish airspace, Turkish borders is a national duty, and our army did their job to protect this airspace. But if the Russian side wants to talk, and wants to prevent any future unintentional events like this, we are ready to talk."

Turkey is a member of the NATO alliance.
 
DHA/Associated Press Turkish army officers salute as the coffin of Russian pilot Lt. Col. Oleg Peshkov is carried into a Turkish Air Force transport plane at Hatay airport, Turkey. Davutoglu said the army was doing their job to protect the country's airspace.
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon told The Associated Press on Sunday that he's deeply concerned about tensions between Russia and Turkey after Turkish F-16s shot down a Russian warplane on Nov. 24.

Russia on Sept. 30 began airstrikes in Syria that it says are focused on fighters of the Islamic State, but which some observers say target other rebel groups and are aimed at bolstering the forces of President Bashar Assad. Russia insists that the plane that was shot down did not intrude on Turkish airspace.

Davutoglu insisted a violation occurred, and said Turkey had repeatedly warned Russia about incursions into its airspace.

"We also made very clear that the Turkish-Syria border is a national security issue for Turkey. So it was a defensive action," Davutoglu said. He repeated Turkish assertions that there were no IS fighters in the area.

"We have been telling our Russian friends that their bombardments against civilians on our border is creating new waves of refugees which do not go to Russia or to any other country — but coming to Turkey," he said.

"And Turkey, after every bombardment, (is) receiving more and more — tens of thousands of refugees from Syria," Davutoglu added. "Turkey is a country paying the price of this crisis."

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Saturday called for sanctions against Turkey including bans on some Turkish goods and extensions on work contracts for Turks working in Russia. The measures also call for ending chartered flights from Russia to Turkey and for Russian tourism companies to stop selling vacation packages that would include a stay in Turkey.

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The article is very timely subject written by the author for the International Community of Nation with a view to openly observe and see the characteristics of  a so called super power leader.

 This leader of Russia has no idea to judge what is right and wrong. 

Over and above  possesses a habit of speaking lies openly like he did in his past profession SPY when he was caught on wrong foot. 

In addition, have the ego to show power of being a super power President.

The answer to Putin’s announcement to beg apology, the President Erdogan of Turkey himself and the the PM of Turkey is a tight slap across the face of the Russian President (Ex spy ).

Putin is belittling the great nation of Russia by being Egoist and power drunk failing to judge what  is right and what is wrong.

He is a poor example of the a national Leader as is reported  to be clinging to power for years without any proper public support of the citizens.
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Israel freezes the EU out of peace talks with the Palestinians | via @Telegraph http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/middleeast/israel/12023726/Israel-freezes-the-EU-out-of-peace-talks-with-the-Palestinians.html

There is a old saying the you might put the dog's tail in a steel pipe for any number of years but you would not be able to make it straight. So to Netanyahui a non change of idiot.

The best is put him in a ice case to make him in active totally and forever. Israel should be totally segregated from ther World community of Nations to make him feel the pain of others.
Benjamin Netanyahu announces move in retaliation for EU decision to label products made in Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank
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Putin Sends Air Defense Missiles To Syria To Deter Turkey The S-400 missile systems, which will be sent to the Hemeimeem air base in
Syria’s coastal province of Latakia, located just about 50 kilometers (30
miles) south of the border with Turkey, are capabl...
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Putin Accuses Turkey Of Backing ISIS After It Downs Russian Warplane In Syria
Russia says its fighter jet stayed in Syrian airspace. Turkey insists that's a lie.
 
Sophia Jones Middle East Correspondent, The WorldPost
Posted: 11/24/2015 11:28 AM EST | Edited: 11/24/2015 05:00 PM EST
 
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/putin-accuses-turkey-of-supporting-isis-after-russian-fighter-jet-downed-in-syria_56546a91e4b0879a5b0c54aa?utm_hp_ref=world  
Associated Press. Haberturk TV broadcast footage of the warplane on fire before crashing on a hill.

ISTANBUL -- Russian President Vladimir Putin accused Turkey on Tuesday of directly supporting the so-called Islamic State after Turkish forces shot down one of Russia's fighter jets near Syria's border.

"Our military men are fighting terrorism, sacrificing their own lives, but today’s loss is  a stab in the back by the accomplices of terrorism," Putin said of Turkey, alleging that Ankara directly finances terrorism through illicit oil sales.

A Russian marine was killed during a search-and-rescue mission for the pilots of the downed jet, Russia's Defense Ministry said in a briefing Tuesday. One of the helicopters being used to carry out the mission was fired on and had to make an emergency landing.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that Syrian rebel fighters brought down the Russian helicopter with a missile.
The Defense Ministry also announced that Russia is severing all military contracts with Turkey.

Russia maintains that its fighter jet stayed within Syrian airspace and did not endanger Turkish sovereignty, but Turkey has given a starkly different account of the incident. 

“In line with the military rules of engagement, the Turkish authorities repeatedly warned an unidentified aircraft that they were 15 km or less away from the border,” a Turkish government official told The

WorldPost.

The official said that the aircraft failed to heed its warning and was downed as a result after flying over Turkey. 

“This isn’t an action against any specific country: Our F-16s took necessary steps to defend Turkey’s sovereign territory," the official added, re-asserting Turkey's role in the U.S.-led coalition fighting ISIS.

Provided to The WorldPost by a Turkish government official A graphic allegedly showing the flight path of a Russian fighter jet with it violated Turkish airspace on Tuesday.

Putin has threatened that Turkey's downing of his fighter jet will have "serious consequences" on Russia-Turkey relations, but how exactly remains to be seen.

Aaron Stein, Turkey expert and non-resident fellow at the Atlantic Council's Rafik Hariri Center for the Middle East, said Ankara is dependent on Moscow for natural gas and is looking to deepen its energy cooperation with Russian entities.

"I think much of the fighting will take place in Syria," he said.
While Turkey and Russia have been close partners in natural resources, the two nations butt heads on Syria policy; Russia backs Syria's dictator Bashar Assad and Turkey demands his ouster. 

It's far from the first time that Ankara has been accused of turning a blind eye to or even supporting extremists in Syria, a country in which its shared border has been deemed a "jihadi highway" for ISIS recruits. Turkey vehemently denies any connections to the hardline militant group. 

Meanwhile, Russian airstrikes aiding Syria's supposed war on "terrorism" have largely targeted moderate Syrian rebels and civilians, not ISIS. 

The Russian-Turkish military dispute comes at an increasingly complicated and deadly time in the nearly five-year-long Syrian civil war, in which over 250,000 Syrians have died and millions more displaced. 

ASSOCIATED PRESS

The whereabouts and condition of both Russian pilots remains uncertain, with multiple accounts circulating online. A graphic video posted by a Syrian rebel group appears to show one of the pilots lying bloodied on the ground. Local Turkmen fighters in the Turkmen Mountain region in Latakia, Syria claim to have shot dead both pilots.

 The WorldPost could not independently verify these claims. 
Turkey has expressed concern for the Turkmen, a Sunni Muslim minority community that opposed Assad, who are targeted by
Russian and Syrian regime airstrikes in Syria. 

Turkey summoned Russia's ambassador, Andrei Karlov, last week after demanding an end to Russian military operations close to the Turkey-Syria border. On Tuesday, Turkey reportedly summoned U.N. Security Council representatives to discuss the day's worrying developments. 

NATO allies were set to meet in Brussels Tuesday evening, at the request of Turkey, to discuss the heated situation. 

Meanwhile, Putin has slammed Turkey and its involvement with NATO on the issue, saying: "Do they want NATO to serve the interests of ISIS?"
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Hey, my good friends of the World Community of Nations Putin a rose water washed saint giving sermon to the International Community of Nations that Turkey is helping the Terrorist.

What about him, he is only helping the worst Genocide Criminal of the World.  The swine who killed millions of his countrymen ( infants, children, youths males and females).

In addition, he made millions of Syrians refugees. That created problem to the entire world and vitiated the atmosphere of the recipient countries with human tragedy that cannot be described in words or sentences.
 
The person who can fight on behalf of such a vicious criminal like Aassad of Syria has no right to LIVE in the world, least to speak.
The idiot should keep his trap shut. Bastard was flying to high Turkey has just legally punctured his bloody pride and boasting.

Putin should stop his wild game in the dark or less he is going to face huge cate4strophy that his short height would not be able to digest.

He should stop blabbering and should instead pose like an idiot, because that is what he is!
 
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 Do we world Community of nations be satisfied with a highly objectionable comment that slanders followers of a world wide respected religious people by a racist illiterate stupid horrendous individual Republican Presidential candidate. He should be banned o take part in the residential race. He should have had sense to talk like a would be the President.
A string of hostile comments towards Muslims by US Republican hopeful Donald Trump have done little to dent his runaway popularity among his American supporters — but they may yet damage the billionaire’s business interests around the world,
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Turkey has exhibited sufficient tangible evidence to show to the International Community of Nations to believe Turkey and agreed to the fact that Turkey was justified to  get the  Russian fighter plane down.

Therefore, Turkey is right and has no reason to apologies
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Turkey PM Says Country Won't Apologize To Russia For
Downing Jet Ahmet Davutoglu told reporters Monday that "no Turkish prime minister
or president will apologize ... because of doing our duty." By Jamey Keaten Posted: 11/30/2015
07:42 AM EST | Edited:
11/3...
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Saturday, November 28, 2015

Putin Sends Air Defense Missiles To Syria To Deter Turkey
The S-400 missile systems, which will be sent to the Hemeimeem air base in Syria’s coastal province of Latakia, located just about 50 kilometers (30 miles) south of the border with Turkey, are capable of targeting Turkish jets with deadly precision.
By Vladimir Isachenkov
Posted: 11/25/2015 08:01 AM EST | Edited: 11/25/2015 09:57 AM EST

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/putin-sends-air-defense-missiles-to-syria-to-deter-turkey_5655af7fe4b08e945fea839d?utm_hp_ref=world

ASSOCIATED PRESS

By VLADIMIR ISACHENKOV, Associated Press

President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday ordered state-of-the art air defense missile systems to be deployed at a Russian air base in Syria following the downing of one of its warplanes by Turkey, a move that raised the threat of a military confrontation between the NATO member and Moscow.

The S-400 missile systems will be sent to the Hemeimeem air base in Syria’s coastal province of Latakia, located about 50 kilometers (30 miles) south of the border with Turkey. The systems are capable of targeting Turkish jets with deadly precision. If Russia shot down a Turkish plane, NATO would be required to intervene.

Turkey shot down a Russian Su-24 bomber on Tuesday, saying it crossed into its airspace from Syria despite repeated warnings. One of its two pilots was killed by militants after bailing out, while his crewmate was rescued by Syrian army commandos and delivered in good condition to the Russian base early Wednesday.

ASSOCIATED PRESS

Putin said the Russian plane remained in Syria’s skies when it was shot down. He described Turkey’s action as a “crime” and a “stab in the back,” warning of serious consequences.

He said that the Russian Foreign Ministry’s warning to Russians not to visit Turkey was needed “because we can’t exclude some other incidents following what happened yesterday and our citizens in Turkey could be in significant danger.”

On Wednesday, the Russian leader ordered the military to deploy the S-400s to Hemeimeem and took other measures that “should be sufficient to ensure flight safety.”
Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said Wednesday that the Russian missile cruiser Moskva already has moved closer to shore to protect the Russian aircraft flying missions near Syria’s border with Turkey with its long-range Fort air defense system.

“It will be ready to destroy any aerial target posing a potential danger to our aircraft,” he said at a meeting with military officials.

Shoigu also said that from now on all Russian bombers will be escorted by fighters on their combat missions in Syria. He said that his ministry has severed all contacts with the Turkish military.

Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, who canceled his planned trip to Turkey after the incident, described the shooting down of the Russian plane as a “planned provocation.”

He said the Turkish action came after Russian planes successfully targeted oil infrastructure used by the Islamic State group, alleging that Turkey benefited from the oil trade.

Lavrov also said that Turkish territory was used by “terrorists” to prepare attacks in other countries, but offered no details. He said that Russia “has no intention to go to war with Turkey,” but added that Moscow will re-consider its ties with Ankara.
Some leading Russian tourist agencies already have suspended the sales of tour packages to Turkey. Nearly 4.5 million Russians visited Turkey last year, second only to German tourists.

Some Russian lawmakers suggested that Moscow should respond to the downing of the plane by cracking down on Turkish companies in Russia, but Lavrov said that “we don’t want to artificially create problems for Turkish producers and exporters, who aren’t responsible for what has happened.” Still, he added that “we can’t but react to what has happened.”

Russia was the biggest source of Turkish imports last year, worth $25 billion, which mostly accounted for Russian gas supplies.

Most Turkish exports to Russia are textiles and food, and although Turkish food exports have not been covered by the Russian food embargo, they fell by 40 percent in January-September this year compared to a year ago.

Turkish Foreign Ministry said in a written statement that Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu and Lavrov agreed to a meeting "in the coming days," during their telephone conversation Wednesday, but Lavrov said he has no such plans.

Turkey informed the U.N. that two Russian planes disregarded warnings and violated Turkish airspace "to a depth of 1.36 miles and 1.15 miles in length for 17 seconds."
Lavrov shrugged off the Turkish argument that it had no other choice but to shoot the plane down, pointing at the 2012 downing of a Turkish warplane by Syria in its airspace, saying that Ankara argued then that a brief incursion wasn’t a reason to shoot down its jet. He also pointed at routine violations of Greece’s airspace by Turkish combat planes.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Wednesday that his country doesn’t wish to escalate tensions with Russia over the downing of the plane.

Speaking at an Organization of Islamic Cooperation economy meeting in Istanbul, Erdogan said that Turkey favors “peace, dialogue and diplomacy.” He defended his country’s move to shoot down the plane saying: “no one should expect Turkey to stay silent to border violations or the violation of its rights."

Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu also sought to ease tensions, saying that Russia is Turkey's "friend and neighbor" and insisting relations cannot be "sacrificed to accidents of communication."

In a sign of the tensions, protesters in Moscow hurled eggs and stones at the Turkish Embassy, breaking windows in the compound. Police cleared the area and made some arrests shortly after the protest began.

Davutoglu told his party's lawmakers on Wednesday that Turkey didn't know the nationality of the plane that was brought down on Tuesday until Moscow announced it was Russian.

He again defended Turkey's action, saying Russia was warned on several occasions that Turkey would take action in case its border is violated in line with its military rules of engagement.

Davutoglu also said Russia is an "important partner and tops the list of countries with which we have shown great sensitivity in building ties."

The Turkish prime minister, however, also criticized Russian and Syrian operations in Syria's Turkmen region, saying there is "not one single" presence of the Islamic State group there. Davutoglu demanded that operations there stop immediately.

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Putin YOU thought you would get away playing hide and seek game with Turkey but Turkey is not the same as Ukraine to gulp whatever you Mr. Putin you have  done there. Be sure you would be a loser in the long run.

Instead of begging apology yourself , you are seeking apology from Erdogan. Putin you have misunderstood Erdogan, As the President of Turkey is that personality who made sure Netanyahu to beg apology ultimately so also you Putin you would have to beg apology one day. 

If you think you are a super power stooge and that Erdogan would  beg apology. Then you are living in fools paradise. No he would never do that because he is on the right side and you Mr. Putin on the wrong side..

Putin you tried to feel the pulse of Erdogan to see if you could apply the same mode of action that you applied on  Ukraine. You unfortunately  went wrong very badly.  Don't try it again as you might land up in serious problem in front of the International Community of Nations.

Putin you sent air defense missiles to Syria to deter Turkey http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/5655af7fe4b08e945fea839d via @TheWorldPost. What a poor exhibit,  as Russian President's mental aptitude of Judge? Instead of calmly solving the issue you selected to threaten your neighbor, very bad show.

 Putin tell the truth whether you are in Syria to fight a war with the victims of Assad and his committal of genocide criminal terrorists and ISIS or the Coalition those who are fighting with their lives at stake against the ISIS and the inhumane terrorists Assad and his followers. 

Overtly, you seem to have come to fight on behalf of the Genocide criminals like Assad and ISIS'S to protect them against the International Community of Nations

Where do you get the gas from to run your war equipment from one place to another and ships on the waters of Mediterranean and near Syria and fly your planes. Isn’t this gas Your friend the criminal Assad purchases from the terrorist ISIS to make you fight.

Now tell the World Community of Nations How you intend helping the terrorists.  We are now confirmed you are on the criminal's side. Stop blabbering and shut up threatening the world with your missile capabilities.
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A criminal like Putin would always blame good people as that is what is the practice of murderers and that who illegally annexes foreign countries land. He is  a reputed international terrorist like Israel's Netanyuahu.
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