A new study commissioned by the European Union found that weapons shipments sent to Syrian rebels by the CIA ended up in the hands of terrorists fighting in the country. 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.
Leaked documents implicate the Shell Oil corporation to multiple crimes in the oil rich region of Ogoniland, Nigeria dating back to the early 1990’s. Dutch prosecutors have already agreed to open a full investigation.
Its been said that social media is slowly deteriorating society. Here is new research exposing how social media is negatively impacting the minds of young women living in our digital age.
In response to US Government forcing RT to register as a “Foreign Agent,” Russia’s Parliament has passed new legislation forcing all foreign funded media outlets to also register as foreign agents all the same, further cracking down on free press ahead of 2018 elections.
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.
Here is the complete report released by Human Rights Watch earlier this week, chronicling the unlawful use of cluster munitions and other tactics as the Syrian Civil War rages on