War

War

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"War" in the news


  • FiveThirtyEight
    Riddler Nation Goes To War
    FiveThirtyEight
    You and a random opponent are playing a simplified game of War. Both you and your opponent have 13 cards in your deck: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, jack, queen, king and ace. You can arrange these cards in any order you want. You'll play a one-round ...
    Published on: Fri, 08 Sep 12:00:44 5 67

  • The New Yorker
    The Risk of Nuclear War with North Korea
    The New Yorker
    Americans are accustomed to eruptions of hostility with North Korea, but in the past six months the enmity has reached a level rarely seen since the end of the Korean War, in 1953. The crisis has been hastened by fundamental changes in the leadership ...
    Published on: Fri, 08 Sep 01:09:56 0 149

  • Aljazeera.com
    Are Israel and Hezbollah headed for another war?
    Aljazeera.com
    While the border region has remained restive since the 2006 war between the two sides and the discussion of another conflict has become almost constant, a series of recent developments have renewed such worries. On Thursday, the Syrian state news ...
    Published on: Fri, 08 Sep 13:53:31 50 537

  • NPR
    In Hokkaido, Being In North Korea's Missile Flight Path Means Cold War-Era Drills
    NPR
    North Korea's neighbor of Japan is growing more alarmed by Pyongyang's advancing nuclear program, especially after a North Korean missile flew over the Japanese island of Hokkaido last week. It has led many residents to rethink the threat, even though ...
    Published on: Fri, 08 Sep 09:11:41 1 10

  • Newsweek
    North Korea War 'Could Happen' says Trump, but South Koreans Oppose Pre-Emptive Strike
    Newsweek
    The number of South Koreans who think North Korea is likely to start a war—even after the country's sixth and most powerful nuclear test to date—has fallen from ten years ago, in the aftermath of Pyongyang's first nuclear test. According to a Gallup ...
    Published on: Fri, 08 Sep 11:19:00 11 118

  • NBCNews.com
    Steve Bannon Is 'Absolutely' Going to War With GOP Leaders
    NBCNews.com
    Steve Bannon, the former White House chief strategist, blasted Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and House Speaker Paul Ryan for not supporting President Donald Trump's agenda and declared he was "absolutely" going to war with them. McConnell ...
    Published on: Fri, 08 Sep 12:55:18 28 661

  • The Nation.
    Trump Is Leading the US Into a War of Choice Against Iran
    The Nation.
    But for now, as The Guardian reports, “Intelligence analysts, chastened by the experience of the 2003 Iraq war, are said to be resisting the pressure to come up with evidence of Iranian violations.” Nevertheless, a group of former top US diplomats ...
    Published on: Fri, 08 Sep 14:42:46 50 760

  • Variety
    TV Review: Ken Burns' Documentary 'The Vietnam War'
    Variety
    Burns' documentaries seek to tell the whole truth, which is a high bar in general, and very high indeed in the particular case of “The Vietnam War.” That war — a blight on our collective consciousness, an embarrassing chapter in history, and an ...
    Published on: Thu, 07 Sep 22:53:24 50 584

  • New York Times
    Amazon Plans Second Headquarters, Opening a Bidding War Among Cities
    New York Times
    Amazon took the unusual step on Thursday of announcing it wants a second home outside Seattle, starting what is sure to be a fierce bidding war to lure Amazon — and the thousands of high-paying jobs it will bring to town — using a combination of tax ...
    Published on: Fri, 08 Sep 04:11:20 1 14
  • Podcast: War Porn
    RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty
    On this week's Power Vertical Podcast, we look ahead to next week's massive war games, Russia's largest since the end of the Cold War. Joining me will be co-host Mark Galeotti, a senior research fellow at the Czech Institute of International Relations ...
    Published on: Fri, 08 Sep 14:56:32 9 777

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  • abdulaziz.aldroubi posted a photo:

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    يجب أن تكون على قيد الأمل ،،
    على قيد الحلم ،، على قيد التفاؤل ... <3

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  • The Adventurous Eye posted a photo:

    Battle of Caporetto 1917

    The battle of Caporetto was a succesful attempt to stop Italian advance on the Southern front, and one of the worst Italian military disasters in history. Austro-Hungarian and German troops, 350.000 strong, were able to crush the Italian line with more than 800.000 soldiers. Infiltration tactics, poison gas and small stormtrooper units proved very effective, Italians lost more than 300.000 men (most of the captured), and their allies had to support them in the field to hold the positions until the battle of Vittorio Veneto, a massive Italian victory which ended the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

  • The Adventurous Eye posted a photo:

    Battle of Caporetto 1917

    The battle of Caporetto was a succesful attempt to stop Italian advance on the Southern front, and one of the worst Italian military disasters in history. Austro-Hungarian and German troops, 350.000 strong, were able to crush the Italian line with more than 800.000 soldiers. Infiltration tactics, poison gas and small stormtrooper units proved very effective, Italians lost more than 300.000 men (most of the captured), and their allies had to support them in the field to hold the positions until the battle of Vittorio Veneto, a massive Italian victory which ended the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

  • The Adventurous Eye posted a photo:

    Battle of Caporetto 1917

    The battle of Caporetto was a succesful attempt to stop Italian advance on the Southern front, and one of the worst Italian military disasters in history. Austro-Hungarian and German troops, 350.000 strong, were able to crush the Italian line with more than 800.000 soldiers. Infiltration tactics, poison gas and small stormtrooper units proved very effective, Italians lost more than 300.000 men (most of the captured), and their allies had to support them in the field to hold the positions until the battle of Vittorio Veneto, a massive Italian victory which ended the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

  • The Adventurous Eye posted a photo:

    Battle of Caporetto 1917

    The battle of Caporetto was a succesful attempt to stop Italian advance on the Southern front, and one of the worst Italian military disasters in history. Austro-Hungarian and German troops, 350.000 strong, were able to crush the Italian line with more than 800.000 soldiers. Infiltration tactics, poison gas and small stormtrooper units proved very effective, Italians lost more than 300.000 men (most of the captured), and their allies had to support them in the field to hold the positions until the battle of Vittorio Veneto, a massive Italian victory which ended the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

  • The Adventurous Eye posted a photo:

    Battle of Caporetto 1917

    The battle of Caporetto was a succesful attempt to stop Italian advance on the Southern front, and one of the worst Italian military disasters in history. Austro-Hungarian and German troops, 350.000 strong, were able to crush the Italian line with more than 800.000 soldiers. Infiltration tactics, poison gas and small stormtrooper units proved very effective, Italians lost more than 300.000 men (most of the captured), and their allies had to support them in the field to hold the positions until the battle of Vittorio Veneto, a massive Italian victory which ended the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

  • The Adventurous Eye posted a photo:

    Battle of Caporetto 1917

    The battle of Caporetto was a succesful attempt to stop Italian advance on the Southern front, and one of the worst Italian military disasters in history. Austro-Hungarian and German troops, 350.000 strong, were able to crush the Italian line with more than 800.000 soldiers. Infiltration tactics, poison gas and small stormtrooper units proved very effective, Italians lost more than 300.000 men (most of the captured), and their allies had to support them in the field to hold the positions until the battle of Vittorio Veneto, a massive Italian victory which ended the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

  • The Adventurous Eye posted a photo:

    Battle of Caporetto 1917

    The battle of Caporetto was a succesful attempt to stop Italian advance on the Southern front, and one of the worst Italian military disasters in history. Austro-Hungarian and German troops, 350.000 strong, were able to crush the Italian line with more than 800.000 soldiers. Infiltration tactics, poison gas and small stormtrooper units proved very effective, Italians lost more than 300.000 men (most of the captured), and their allies had to support them in the field to hold the positions until the battle of Vittorio Veneto, a massive Italian victory which ended the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

  • The Adventurous Eye posted a photo:

    Battle of Caporetto 1917

    The battle of Caporetto was a succesful attempt to stop Italian advance on the Southern front, and one of the worst Italian military disasters in history. Austro-Hungarian and German troops, 350.000 strong, were able to crush the Italian line with more than 800.000 soldiers. Infiltration tactics, poison gas and small stormtrooper units proved very effective, Italians lost more than 300.000 men (most of the captured), and their allies had to support them in the field to hold the positions until the battle of Vittorio Veneto, a massive Italian victory which ended the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

  • The Adventurous Eye posted a photo:

    Battle of Caporetto 1917

    The battle of Caporetto was a succesful attempt to stop Italian advance on the Southern front, and one of the worst Italian military disasters in history. Austro-Hungarian and German troops, 350.000 strong, were able to crush the Italian line with more than 800.000 soldiers. Infiltration tactics, poison gas and small stormtrooper units proved very effective, Italians lost more than 300.000 men (most of the captured), and their allies had to support them in the field to hold the positions until the battle of Vittorio Veneto, a massive Italian victory which ended the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

  • The Adventurous Eye posted a photo:

    Battle of Caporetto 1917

    The battle of Caporetto was a succesful attempt to stop Italian advance on the Southern front, and one of the worst Italian military disasters in history. Austro-Hungarian and German troops, 350.000 strong, were able to crush the Italian line with more than 800.000 soldiers. Infiltration tactics, poison gas and small stormtrooper units proved very effective, Italians lost more than 300.000 men (most of the captured), and their allies had to support them in the field to hold the positions until the battle of Vittorio Veneto, a massive Italian victory which ended the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

  • The Adventurous Eye posted a photo:

    Battle of Caporetto 1917

    The battle of Caporetto was a succesful attempt to stop Italian advance on the Southern front, and one of the worst Italian military disasters in history. Austro-Hungarian and German troops, 350.000 strong, were able to crush the Italian line with more than 800.000 soldiers. Infiltration tactics, poison gas and small stormtrooper units proved very effective, Italians lost more than 300.000 men (most of the captured), and their allies had to support them in the field to hold the positions until the battle of Vittorio Veneto, a massive Italian victory which ended the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

  • The Adventurous Eye posted a photo:

    Battle of Caporetto 1917

    The battle of Caporetto was a succesful attempt to stop Italian advance on the Southern front, and one of the worst Italian military disasters in history. Austro-Hungarian and German troops, 350.000 strong, were able to crush the Italian line with more than 800.000 soldiers. Infiltration tactics, poison gas and small stormtrooper units proved very effective, Italians lost more than 300.000 men (most of the captured), and their allies had to support them in the field to hold the positions until the battle of Vittorio Veneto, a massive Italian victory which ended the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

  • The Adventurous Eye posted a photo:

    Battle of Caporetto 1917

    The battle of Caporetto was a succesful attempt to stop Italian advance on the Southern front, and one of the worst Italian military disasters in history. Austro-Hungarian and German troops, 350.000 strong, were able to crush the Italian line with more than 800.000 soldiers. Infiltration tactics, poison gas and small stormtrooper units proved very effective, Italians lost more than 300.000 men (most of the captured), and their allies had to support them in the field to hold the positions until the battle of Vittorio Veneto, a massive Italian victory which ended the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

  • The Adventurous Eye posted a photo:

    Battle of Caporetto 1917

    The battle of Caporetto was a succesful attempt to stop Italian advance on the Southern front, and one of the worst Italian military disasters in history. Austro-Hungarian and German troops, 350.000 strong, were able to crush the Italian line with more than 800.000 soldiers. Infiltration tactics, poison gas and small stormtrooper units proved very effective, Italians lost more than 300.000 men (most of the captured), and their allies had to support them in the field to hold the positions until the battle of Vittorio Veneto, a massive Italian victory which ended the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

  • The Adventurous Eye posted a photo:

    Battle of Caporetto 1917

    The battle of Caporetto was a succesful attempt to stop Italian advance on the Southern front, and one of the worst Italian military disasters in history. Austro-Hungarian and German troops, 350.000 strong, were able to crush the Italian line with more than 800.000 soldiers. Infiltration tactics, poison gas and small stormtrooper units proved very effective, Italians lost more than 300.000 men (most of the captured), and their allies had to support them in the field to hold the positions until the battle of Vittorio Veneto, a massive Italian victory which ended the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

  • The Adventurous Eye posted a photo:

    Battle of Caporetto 1917

    The battle of Caporetto was a succesful attempt to stop Italian advance on the Southern front, and one of the worst Italian military disasters in history. Austro-Hungarian and German troops, 350.000 strong, were able to crush the Italian line with more than 800.000 soldiers. Infiltration tactics, poison gas and small stormtrooper units proved very effective, Italians lost more than 300.000 men (most of the captured), and their allies had to support them in the field to hold the positions until the battle of Vittorio Veneto, a massive Italian victory which ended the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

  • The Adventurous Eye posted a photo:

    Battle of Caporetto 1917

    The battle of Caporetto was a succesful attempt to stop Italian advance on the Southern front, and one of the worst Italian military disasters in history. Austro-Hungarian and German troops, 350.000 strong, were able to crush the Italian line with more than 800.000 soldiers. Infiltration tactics, poison gas and small stormtrooper units proved very effective, Italians lost more than 300.000 men (most of the captured), and their allies had to support them in the field to hold the positions until the battle of Vittorio Veneto, a massive Italian victory which ended the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

  • The Adventurous Eye posted a photo:

    Battle of Caporetto 1917

    The battle of Caporetto was a succesful attempt to stop Italian advance on the Southern front, and one of the worst Italian military disasters in history. Austro-Hungarian and German troops, 350.000 strong, were able to crush the Italian line with more than 800.000 soldiers. Infiltration tactics, poison gas and small stormtrooper units proved very effective, Italians lost more than 300.000 men (most of the captured), and their allies had to support them in the field to hold the positions until the battle of Vittorio Veneto, a massive Italian victory which ended the Austro-Hungarian Empire.