1. Time Expired

    WASHINGTON (AP) -- The deadline for the Syrian government to respond to the agreement has come and gone. With no word from Damascus, the world watches to see what will happen.

    Protests have broken out in Washington across from the White House, but also in Toronto, Moscow, London, Berlin, and other major cities around the world to protest the using of military action against the Syrians. As expected, groups in Tehran have started burning the US flag as on queue from the Iranian mullahs. ...
  2. 24 Hours Still No Word

    LONDON (AP) - It has been more than 24 hours since the signing of the US-Russian agreement on the Syrian chemical weapons. Reports out of Damascus indicates that Al Assad is in consultation with his advisors for the response, but nothing has been confirmed.

    While the US still continues to shift military assets into the area in the event that the military option is used. Russia is also repositioning its military assets.

    Israel has been consulted and has given its assurances ...
  3. US/Russia Complete Syrian Chemical Weapons Agreement

    WASHINGTON (AP) - Today the US and Russian came to an agreement on Syrian's chemical weapons. Secretary of Defense Kerry came to the podium and stated:

    "Syria has two days to provide a list of all their chemical weapons, the type, and their location within two days or pay the consequences..."

    No word from Damascus as yet.

    It is believed that if the Syrian government does not give an accountability to both Russian and the United States within the next ...

    Updated 09-14-2013 at 15:41 by wrongway

    21 Sep 2013 Wing Flight
  4. North korea uses nuclear weapons

    Washington (AP) -- The North Koreans have used nuclear weapons on Seoul South Korea. At approximately 2:37am Washington time reports came over the wire that a large explosion with a bright light and mushroom cloud could be seen and heard on the peninsula. Confirmed reports indicate nuclear radiation around the area of Seoul.

    Several US installations were badly damaged or destroyed with this blast. There has been no communication with Osan AFB since the blast. The US Army camps ...
  5. News Flash 04-15-2013

    Seoul (AP) -- Today, sirens went off after North Korea launched a missile. It was later learned this was a test launch of their new missile that has a range of 2,500 miles. Long enough to hit targets in the US. When the North launched the missile, the forces in the South started launching aircraft. After the shoot down of four North Korean TU-95 bombers, tension on the peninsula is high.

    Navel ships in the gulf quickly realized that it was just a test fire, but watched and recorded ...
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