Analysis: Afrin is the next major crisis

Eli Ridder | The Post In what will result in a further escalation for the Afrin crisis in northwest Syria, Damascus will be sending its forces to support Kurdish troops against the Turkish invasion leading to what could be the next major international crisis. Turkey is allied with the United States via the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, but started an assault on Syria Kurdish forces … Continue reading Analysis: Afrin is the next major crisis

Netanyahu blasts Iran, uses drone prop

Eli Ridder | The Post Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu blasted Iran on Sunday at the Munich Security Conference, describing Tehran as the top threat to international stability while brandishing what he identified as a piece of an Iranian drone shot down by Tel Aviv last week. In a speech dismissed by Iranian foreign minister Mohammed Javad Zarif as “cartoonish” and not worthy of a … Continue reading Netanyahu blasts Iran, uses drone prop

Reading Week in the ‘6ix’: Feb. 19

Kaela Johnson | The Post Reading Week in the 6ix continues to inform you on the latest events for Monday February 19, 2018.  Note: Today is Family Day, some places are closed but the ones listed are opened and are family and student budget friendly! SkyZone Get some exercise and have a great time doing at SkyZone Trampoline Park! There are fun programs such as … Continue reading Reading Week in the ‘6ix’: Feb. 19

Suspected Russian doping violation

Eli Ridder | The Post Alexander Krushelnitsky of Russia departed the Korean Olympic village and gave up his accreditation after he was suspected of testing positive for a banned substance, a Russian Olympic delegation official said on Monday, reported Reuters. The mixed-doubles curler, who won bronze with his wife, is awaiting a “B” sample expected later in the day local time, the official said in … Continue reading Suspected Russian doping violation

Reading Week in the ‘6ix’: Feb. 18

Kaela Johnson | The Post Reading Week in the 6ix continues to inform you on the latest events for Sunday February 18th, 2018.  Toronto Light Festival The Toronto Light Festival is one the largest outside galleries in North America, featuring local and international light artists. There are 13 acres and thousands of lights to explore. “In a world with so many dark and ominous messages, … Continue reading Reading Week in the ‘6ix’: Feb. 18