The U.S. lost in Syria. Donald Trump finally had the courage to admit that to the world when he ordered the pull out of all U.S. troops there.
According to some US defence and administration officials, the Pentagon had been discussing the deployment of additional troops to northern Syria.
A joint military force of the U.S., British, and Jordanian troops, equipped with tanks and helicopters, have reportedly been deployed in the war-torn country’s southern border areas from Jordan’s Northern region.
U.S. Defense Secretary Ashton Carter says over 200 troops are being sent to Syria to help Kurdish and Arab fighters capture the ISIS stronghold city Raqqa.
The US Army announced on Wednesday 1,700 American soldiers to be deployed in Iraq to assist the national forces in their fight against ISIS in Mosul.
Syrian army and Hezbollah took about 70 percent of al Shaar district under control and reached al Daqaq hospital in S. Aleppo.
Syrian army supported by the al Quds Brigade of Palestinian refugees move further into the Sheikh Lufti and Ard al Hamra districts in the SE Aleppo.
SAA and Hezbollah troops gained control of Sheikh Saeed district’s power plant in S. Aleppo.
British Defense Secretary Michael Fallon, on Tuesday, will announce that the troops will start working with moderate opposition forces