One year to the day after the sarin gas attack on Khan Sheikhoun, the United Nations Security Council is set to hold a conference to address and hopefully put a stop to the ongoing use of chemical/gas weapons inside Syria.
While a Government shut down is distracting most sheeple here in the United States, over in the Middle East Turkey has begun a ground invasion into Northern Syria – essentially kicking off the worlds newest War. In an alarming and somewhat ironic twist, Syrian rebels will now be working with Turkey to fight against the Kurds – all 3 of which used to receive arms and funding from the US Government as recently as 2017.
Despite negotiations for de-escalation zones in and around the two cities. reports coming out of Idlib and Eastern Ghouta reveal how Russian/Syrian forces have recently targeted hospitals and residential neighborhoods with repeated aerial strikes already in 2018.
Following the liberation of Mosul this past July, Iraqi’s began the long process of cleaning up and rebuilding the city. Now, those whom have been given the grim task of disposing of all the dead bodies claim that they have buried 10x more people than were originally estimated to be dead by the US coalition forces earlier this year.
A new report by the British Armed Forces warns that the worlds underwater electrical and internet infrastructure is particularly vulnerable right now, and could therefore become a target of hostile actors in the future. Here is a look at what the future of Warfare will look like out on the open seas.
Dating back to the Pentagon audit of 2016, this is the 4th time in the last 16 months an independent investigation has concluded the US military directly supplied arms to terrorist organizations.
In a self-proclaimed “Victory Speech,” Vladimir Putin declares a victory on the War against terrorism in Syria and that effective immediately, Russia will begin withdrawing troops from the country. This will mark the second time since March 2016 that Russia has decreased its overall military presence within the country.
After talks with President Putin and Erdogan last week, Trump has decided to stop arming and will withdraw future funding from Kurdish forces fighting in northern Syria.
Russian Defense Ministry Promotes Video Game Footage As “Irrefutable Evidence” US Supports ISIS In Middle East
When talking about War and terrorism it is usually impossible to share an entertaining or a light hearted moment, but this story certainly provides it
A new report from Amnesty International chronicles human rights violations and abuses by Government led and armed opposition forces inside 6 key battles areas in Syria dating back to 2012.