Month: December 2018

Pentagon mulls allowing Kurdish militias to keep weapons after US withdrawal from Syria – report — RT USA News

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The Pentagon is considering allowing Kurdish fighters to keep their US-supplied weapons after American forces withdraw from northern Syria, breaking a promise it had made to Turkey, a media report reveals.

Source: Pentagon mulls allowing Kurdish militias to keep weapons after US withdrawal from Syria – report — RT USA News

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Syrian Kurds throw Americans under the bus – Indian Punchline

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The Syrian government forces have entered the northern town of Manbij on the Turkish border earlier today. The Syrian military command announced in Damascus that the operation stemmed from the commitment to “impose sovereignty to each inch of Syrian territories and in response to calls of locals of Manbij city.” The announcement reiterated Damascus’ twin … Continue reading “Syrian Kurds throw Americans under the bus”

Source: Syrian Kurds throw Americans under the bus – Indian Punchline

The only ‘Russian bots’ to meddle in US elections belonged to Democrat-linked ‘experts’ — RT USA News

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US cyber-security experts have blamed Russia for meddling in American elections since 2016. Now it has emerged that authors of a Senate report on ‘Russian’ meddling actually ran a “false flag” meddling operation themselves.

Source: The only ‘Russian bots’ to meddle in US elections belonged to Democrat-linked ‘experts’ — RT USA News

A Reuters Report on Iran That Spurred US Diatribes

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This year, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo made speeches about corruption and property confiscation in Iran that borrowed animating details from a skewed, 5-year-old story that is gaining influence, writes Ivan Kesic. By Ivan Kesic in Zagreb, Croatia Special to Consortium News When U.S. S

Source: A Reuters Report on Iran That Spurred US Diatribes

Afghanistan: Negotiations or a US Military Defeat? | New Eastern Outlook

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While the Trump administration may think otherwise and even take the credit for initiating dialogue with the Taliban on an unprecedented level with a view to pulling the US out of Afghanistan, there can hardly be any doubt that negotiations, after 17 years of continuous war, are nothing…

Source: Afghanistan: Negotiations or a US Military Defeat? | New Eastern Outlook