On Friday, CENTCOM (the US Armed Forces United Command of Middle East, Central Asia and Eastern Africa) directly accused Russia of preventing any delivery of humanitarian aid to the Syrian Rukban Refuge Camp.
American President Donald Trump in April 2017 ordered the U.S. Secretary of Defense James Mattis to assassinate President of Syria Bashar al Assad. These are the scandal details revealed by Bob Woodward the associate editor of The Washington Post in his new book, “Fear: Trump in the White House”. This excerpt from the book was…
Reports of the expanding US military footprint come amid news that President Trump may be looking to reach an agreement with President Putin on the withdrawal of US forces from Syria at their upcoming meeting in Helsinki.
The Trump administration is struggling to assemble a coalition of Arab military forces to replace U.S. troops battling Islamic State militants in eastern Syria, a roadblock that could indefinitely delay President Trump’s goal of pulling American forces out of the country, U.S. officials said.
Leaders of the USA and Turkey discussed the situation in Syria in a phone call. Reports say they agreed to coordinate their actions and keep close on the development of the events.
Last year, the tears of Trump’s daughter Ivanka were the basis for United States’ attack on Syria. The latest accusation against the Syrian authorities of chemical attack on Douma residents are not yet accompanied by the emotions of the American leaders’ family, but the Western establishment no longer sees a peaceful solution to the situation.
US President Donald Trump’s pledge to pull US troops out of Syria appears to be hot air, said Dr. Bassam Abu Abdallah, director of the Center for Strategic Studies at Damascus University, adding that the US-led coalition’s operation in Syria, and particularly Raqqa, resulted in the destruction of the region’s infrastructure. “We have already gotten…
According to some US defence and administration officials, the Pentagon had been discussing the deployment of additional troops to northern Syria.
The phone conversation between the U.S. President Donald Trump and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan has caused a controversy over the content of the call.
Turkey’s President Recep Erdogan said Washington’s support for the Kurdish YPG units in Syria violates the North Atlantic Treaty.