"Once a government is committed to the principle of silencing the voice of opposition, it has only one way to go, and that is down the path of increasingly repressive measures, until it becomes a source of terror to all its citizens and creates a country where everyone lives in fear.” -- President Harry S. Truman

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Russia unexpectedly deployed the S-500 "Prometheus" air defense system, the final piece of the puzzle necessary for a nuclear first strike.

The Russians believe they now have the ability to repel a counter-offensive nuclear strike by NATO, which changes the balance of strategic power between the two camps.

This is a scenario that War News 24/7 has revealed and highlighted twice so far.

The House of Representatives passed a resolution Friday that automatically enrolls young men for selective service, and expands the mandatory draft ages by one years, to men aged 18-26.

The West must show Moscow that it stands “completely” behind Ukraine by sanctioning everything Russian, Britain’s foreign secretary David Cameron has said.

Cameron spoke at a press conference in London as British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s government announced new sanctions against Russia. His remarks were published on Friday, by the Italian daily Corriere della Sera.

Hezbollah carried out on June 14 more than ten attacks against Israel, targeting military sites, equipment, troops and settlements near the Lebanese border.

In separate statements, Hezbollah said that its fighters shelled three sites of the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF), al-Ramtha, al-Samaqa and Metula. The group also announced that it targeted a technical system of the IDF in Metula with a suicide drone and struck surveillance equipment in the sites of Miskaf Aam and Jal al-Deir

Mobilisation Has Only Deepened Corruption Issues In Ukraine MikeRivero

Ukraine’s new Mobilisation Law, which allows prisoners to join the army, will not help Kiev fill its ranks as the prison population is not even big enough to cover for one month’s losses in the war devastated country. Even more alarmingly, or perhaps unsurprisingly, prison wardens are using changes in the mobilisation law as an opportunity to illegally extort money.

  • Russian army destroyed 70 drones over the Rostov region;
  • Russian army destroyed six drones over the Kursk region;
  • Russian army destroyed six drones over the Voronezh region;
  • Russian army destroyed six drones over the Belgorod region;
  • Russian army destroyed two drones over the Volgograd region;
  • Russian army destroyed a drone over the Crimea;
  • An unused tank at an oil depot in Voronezh was damaged by falling Ukrainian drone debris.