Since the outbreak of the Syrian conflict the United States have placed it’s bet on the opposition forces who protested, and then fought against the government of Bashar al Assad. The US provided the opposition with weapons, training and cash in addition to diplomatic and media support on a global scale. US-backed entities proved to…
At least two civilians are killed by missiles, shells or bullets fired by the US military each day. This is the number given in the Pentagon’s report on civilian casualties in the US counter-terrorism operations around the world. During 2017 year alone, 499 non-combatants perished in the US strikes in Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan and Yemen.…
The US Department of Defense (The Pentagon) admitted that the U.S.-led coalition has committed crimes of killing civilians in Syria and Iraq.
The Pentagon is seeking to grow its secretive black budget for the fourth straight year.
Pentagon has announced that it will allocate $550 million of 2019 defense budget for the support of the Kurdish-dominated Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), the main US ally on the ground in Northern Syria.
The Pentagon confirmed its intention to remain in Syria after the defeat over ISIS to prevent the return of the terror group.
US coalition raids on Syrian troops ceased since the July 7 meeting between US President Donald Trump and Russia’s Vladimir Putin.
US Defense Secretary James Mattis said Pentagon is to take back all the weapons it had earlier provided to the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG). But only after defeating ISIS.
The US Defence Secretary has deployed a lethal missile system in Syria to protect American military advisers from any aggression against them.
Washington decided to resume equipping Kurdish groups within the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in order to increase their combat capabilities ahead of the upcoming battle for Raqqa against ISIS.