The Syrian Army Defends Civilians in Northeast

by Steven Sahiounie, published on Mideast Discourse, November 4, 2019 Kurdish-dominated Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) have continued to pull back as agreed, while the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and their Russian military allies have taken positions through much of the northeast of Syria, to counter the Turkish invasion.  There are clashes sporadically, and the Turkish backed sectarian militias have committed[…]

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US Forces Will Stay in Syria

Photo: SANA, 2/2/19, US Refused to Allow Evacuation of Civilians from Al Rukban Refugee Camp which is in US occupied territory on the Jordanian border not far from Al Tanf Negotiations with the Kurds Will Be Complicated as Syria Prepares for Idlib Offensive by Elijah J Magnier, Posted on February 22, 2019 Washington declared it won’t fully withdraw its troops[…]

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Syria War, Sochi Peace

By Pepe Escobar, Originally published on Asia Times. In a well choreographed Sochi summit, Russian President Vladimir Putin defines a peaceful future for Syria after the liberation of the country from militants The main take-away of the trilateral, two hour-long Russia-Iran-Turkey summit in Sochi on the future of Syria was expressed by Russian President Vladimir Putin: “The presidents of Iran[…]

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