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US kills more than 100 in attack on pro-Assad regime forces in Syria after ‘unprovoked attack’ on allies

  • The US led an attack that killed more than 100 pro-Assad regime soldiers in Syria on Thursday.
  • The attack was a response to a pro-Assad airstrike on the headquarters of a long-time US ally in Syria.
  • The US has been edging closer and closer to fighting the Syrian government and Russia since the fall of ISIS.

A US attack on forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar Assad killed more than 100 in the country’s north on Thursday, and the regime came roaring back with airstrikes of its own on rebel forces near Damascus.

The airstrikes from Assad killed 21 and injured 125, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported on Thursday.

Assad’s strikes followed what the US called an “unprovoked attack” by his forces on the headquarters of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), a group of anti-Assad fighters the US has trained and supported for years.

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Al-Baghdadi is being Held Captive by US

The Iraqi popular forces of Hashd Al-Shaabi representative Jabar Al-Maamouri stated on November 26 that the ISIS terrorist organization leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi is being held by captive by the US allegedly in Syria.

Maamouri noticed that the American servicemen would not kill Al-Baghdadi, unless in a Hollywood-like scenario. He also expressed an opinion on erroneous impression regarding U.S. role in fighting terrorist organizations.

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ISIS kills 128 civilians in ‘revenge’ surprise counter attack on Syrian town

Details of atrocities committed by Isis in Al-Qaryatayn revealed after town retaken by Bashar al-Assad’s army over the weekend

Isis has killed at least 128 people in a Syrian town deep inside regime-held territory, a human rights monitor has said.

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This is What an ISIS Drone Workshop Looks Like

The Islamic State has increasingly used drones and other robotic IEDs against American, Iraqi, and civilian targets in Iraq. And as the Coalition fights its way through Mosul, troops are discovering workshops filled with crude but deadly robotics used to bomb people sometimes dozens of times per day.

Getty Images just published photos of an ISIS factory that’s churning out robotic death machines, including aerial drones and four-wheeled robotic bombs. The photos give us a look at the new ways in which ISIS robots are being churned out to spread death and destruction.

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U.S. warplane blasts Syrian drone from sky

WASHINGTON — A U.S. warplane shot down an armed drone linked to Syrian regime forces, the Pentagon said Tuesday, the latest in a series of incidents between U.S.-backed forces and the regime of Bashar Assad that threatens to escalate the conflict there.

The drone, a Shaheed-129, was shot down by an F-15E Strike Eagle after it “displayed hostile intent and advanced on coalition forces,” the U.S. military said in a statement.

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U.S.-backed Syrian militia close to full capture of al-Tabqah

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitoring group said the Syrian Democratic Forces militia is close to fully capturing the city of al-Tabqah from the Islamic State as its offensive to free Raqqa escalates.

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No chance of Russia cutting ties with Assad, says former presidential advisor

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, has arrived in Moscow following the G7 foreign ministers’ meeting.

That meeting included Middle East nations that have opposed the rule of Syrian President Bashar Assad, which has received renewed international criticism after recent chemical attacks allegedly conducted by his regime. Russia, for its part, has also come under fire for its open support of Assad’s regime.

Tillerson is to meet Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov in a bid to pressure Moscow on its involvement with Syria. However, his chances of doing so are “zero to nada,” according to Marc Ginsberg, who formerly served as White House deputy senior advisor for Middle East policy.

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