miercuri, 17 mai 2017


  • U.S. weapons help tighten noose on ISIS, but 1 ally isn't happy
    CBS News
    NEAR RAQQA, Syria -- A sniper kept his eye trained on the horizon as a commander spoke into his radio. Moments later, they watched smoke rise in the distance where a U.S.-led coalition airstrike had hit the village of Telha, on the outskirts of Raqqa. CBS News correspondent Holly Williams watched as the Kurdish fighters kept ISIS in their sights from a forward position near the northern Syrian city, which is the extremists' de-facto capital and last major urban bastion in Syria. The Kurds are edging closer to Raqqa, where around 3,000 ISIS extremists are thought to be dug in. The U.S. coalition attacks from the air, but without the Kurdish militia on the ground, there would be no hope of defeating Read More

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