International Newspapers Tour

Eldorar Alshamia Editor | 30 September, 2015

It’s just one-single BREAKING new takes over the whole Headlines in the Newspapers around the world.

In the USA press there are a lot of titles:

Financial Times

Russia launches air strikes in Syria

Washington was informed in advance of action


Arabs pay the price after Kurds expel Isis

Yazidis’ neighbours tainted by campaign of slaughter


Foreign Policy  

Leave it to Vlad (and the Supreme Leader)

The Obama plan to exit the Middle East now becomes clear.


Wall Street Journal

Russia Begins Airstrikes in Syria


Russian forces launched their first airstrikes on targets in Syria on Wednesday after lawmakers approved a request by President Vladimir Putin to allow the use of force abroad


Arabs Spurn Military Push by Moscow Inside Syria 

Saudi Arabia ruled out any cooperation with an emerging Russian military alliance inside Syria, underlining President Barack Obama’s dilemma as he is caught between allies who want a Russian role and those who oppose one.


Besieged Syrians Await Evacuation Under Government-Rebel Deal

Iran negotiated the accord on behalf of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, a sign that Tehran and Moscow are playing deeper roles in trying to keep their longtime ally in power.



Washington Times

Putin ignores Obama as Russia launches first airstrikes in Syria

Russia has conducted its first airstrike in Syria, near the city of Homs, a senior U.S. official confirmed Wednesday. 

Russia had warned the U.S. not to fly warplanes in Syria, but gave no geographical information on where they planned to strike, CNN reported



Washington Post

Russia begins airstrikes in Syria; U.S. warns of new concerns in conflict

The escalation comes after Russia’s parliament backed the use of military force in Syria.


New York Times


Russia Launches First Airstrikes in Syria, Officials Say

Warplanes dropped bombs north of the city of Homs, according to American officials in Washington, but Homs is not under the control of the Islamic State.



New York Post

Russia has launched airstrikes in Syria

MOSCOW — Russian military jets carried out airstrikes against the Islamic State group in Syria on Wednesday for the first time, the defense ministry said.

Los Angeles Times

How the Syrian crisis is particularly deadly for women and children



Obama and Putin confront a common foe in Syria as reluctant allies


The Daily beast


Putin TV: Russia Strikes Are ‘Sacred’


RT ordinarily hates it when outside countries start attacking the Middle East. Except when those countries include Russia.


Putin Bombs Assad’s Enemies, Not ISIS, and Orders U.S. Out

A Russian general told U.S. officials to quit flying over Syria just before Moscow’s air force dropped bombs.

And In the UK Newspapers you can see:

The Guardian

Russian airstrikes in Syria: White House says Putin cannot act alone

The White House warns Russia not to conduct lonely

Russia may share criminal responsibility for Assad's use of barrel bombs, UK says

Britain and the US are miles apart from Iran and Russia on how to stop the bloodshed in Syria because Tehran and Moscow will not contemplate the end of the Assad regime, David Cameron has said.

The Independent

Why Russia has started bombing Syria now - and what it hopes to achieve

Airstrikes were launched early on Wednesday morning, just hours after the decision had been approved by the Russian Parliament

Syria bombing: Russian three star general warned US officials 'we request your people leave'

The written warning was delivered to US officials in neighbouring Iraq 

The Telegraph

Putin defies West as Russia kills 'Syrian rebel targets instead of Isil' after telling US forces to 'leave now'  


Kremlin claims to have hit Isil targets with air strikes but US officials say Russia only interested in bolstering Assad regime - amid reports of dozens dead, including women and children

Russia will share responsibility for Assad crimes if airstrikes do not target Isil, says Philip Hammond


The daily star

‘Assad must go’ to ensure IS defeat: Obama

US President Barack Obama has said defeating Islamic State in Syria would only be possible if President Bashar al-Assad stepped down.


Obama, Putin meet on Syria

Russian President Vladimir Putin and his US counterpart Barack Obama met Monday on the crisis in Syria but failed to resolve their dispute over the future role of Bashar al-Assad.

The daily mail

Russia begins air strikes in Syria after warning the US to remove its planes... but civilians say Putin's jets are targeting anti-government rebels and NOT ISIS 

The areas blitzed by Putin (top) are controlled by an array of rebel groups including those operating under the banner of the Free Syrian Army who are backed by the U.S-led coalition, according to activists, locals and rebels. But none of the sources named the Islamic State as one of the groups operating in the areas hit. A U.S. official also earlier said the Russian air strikes so far did not appear to be targeting ISIS-held territory. The reports came as video emerged that claimed to show Russian fighter jets (inset) bombing targets in the province of Hama, which is controlled by moderate rebels and not the Islamic State, while pictures showed the aftermath of an attack on the town of Talbisseh (bottom) in Homs

The express

Russia ACTS against ISIS: Putin's bombers FIRE in campaign to wipe out ISIS in Syria

RUSSIA has launched fighter jets on a bombing campaign in Syria - just HOURS after its parliament unanimously approved the use of military force in the war-torn country.