The U.S. military carried out a third round of retaliatory strikes against Iranian-linked militants in Syria on Sunday in response to what the Pentagon has described as repeated attacks on American troops stationed in the region since the Hamas attack on 7 October.
The Israeli military on Sunday carried out another round of airstrikes on Syrian airports despite Russia calling these strikes a “gross violation” of international law last week.
Russia’s Foreign Ministry has condemned Israeli airstrikes in Syria as a “gross violation of the sovereignty of the Syrian Arab Republic and the basic norms of international law.”
Gerald Celente has long asked: Would the U.S. have invaded Iraq and Libya if the country’s chief export was broccoli?
Washington’s interventionism and its disregard for its own highly promoted “rules-based international order” is outrageous...
The U.S. is considering military options to respond to alleged acts of aggression by Russian fighter pilots over Syria, as tensions between Moscow and Washington keep ramping up.
The U.S. Air Force last week accused Russian fighter pilots of harassing Reaper drones over Syria in actions that the U.S. called unprofessional and reckless.
U.S. Central Command condemned a recent rocket attack on a U.S. base in Syria as Turkey carries out bombing campaigns targeting Kurdish-controlled towns in retaliation to a terror bombing earlier this month in Istanbul that killed six, including children.
Israel carried out an airstrike against Syrian forces early Saturday that resulted in the deaths of four Syrian troops and injuring one.
Keeping its steady stream of launching air raids on Syria, Israel continued its bombing runs last week after carrying out an airstrike on a convoy which Israel said was delivering Iranian weapons.