• Russia To Upgrade Syria Air Defenses, Suspends Airspace Pact With U.S.
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      The governments aren't even supposed to have these chemical weapons in the first place...they were supposed to have already been destroyed,which now atleast some are thanks to the USA. Who know how many other depots they have still holding these weapons that Russia was supposed to help Syria destroy?
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    • BARACK OBAMA may have been the PRIMARY TARGET in SYRIA on THURSDAY! OBAMA is currently listed as MIA!
      Seriously, Former PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA may have been the PRIMARY TARGET in SYRIA on THURSDAY! BARACK OBAMA is currently listed as MIA!

      I you, or someone you know, SEE, HEARS, or KNOWS the WHEREABOUTS of BARACK OBAMA, PLEASE call the BARACK OBAMA HOTLINE at (504) 231-3056, and one of our AGENTS will be happy to receive your call. So remember FRIEND, time is of the essence so please make that call to receive a FREE CASH AWARD, for TIPS, leading to the CAPTURE, and /or, RECOVERY of BARACK OBAMA?
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    • THiS IS NOT A DRILL!
      God will smack down this wicked nation with a show of force people will be talking about 10,000 years from now. 10,000 years from now people will say it was all just fairy tales, didn't really happen.
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    • Syria denies & condemns use of chemical weapons: Foreign minister
      Syria's foreign minister has dismissed allegations that the Syrian Army had deployed chemical weapons in the city of Idlib, saying the military will never use such weapons against its own people or even terrorists.

      Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Muallem denied claims that the military used chemical weapons in the western city of Idlib. Speaking at a news conference on Thursday, Muallem said an airstrike by Syrian military had targeted an arms depot where chemical weapons stockpiles were stored by Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) and Al-Nusra Front militants.

      He said it's impossible that the army - which has been making significant gains in almost all theaters of the Syrian war - would use banned chemical weapons against its "own people" and even terrorists.

      Asked if Damascus would allow a fact-finding mission into the Idlib incident, Muallem said past experience of similar investigations was "not encouraging." He also said that he could not predict "the reality of US intentions" in Syria.

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    • Pentagon: Less Than 1% Of Strikes On ISIS Kill Civilians
      I highly doubt that, but I'm not bothered if that number is a lot higher.

      There's also the question of what defines civilians, a lot of locals who live in ISIS regions have no education or means to travel far from home and mostly contribute out of fear of having the women in their families raped and their children murdered
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    • POLL: Should USA have another civil war?
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    • Donald Trump Green-Lights Flurry Of Strikes Against Al-Qaida In Yemen
      President Donald Trump has authorized a new campaign of airstrikes against al-Qaida's affiliate in Yemen.

      The new campaign has bombed the group 44 times in the last 5 days, Fox News reports. These strikes include both manned and unmanned aircraft, and may even be accompanied by more ground raids by U.S. special operators.

      The bombing campaign is a major departure from Yemen strikes under the Obama administration. The Long War Journal, a project of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, which tracks U.S. airstrikes, notes that the U.S. has only averaged approximately 30 airstrikes a year in Yemen since 2012. Trump has outpaced that rate in just the last week.

      Trump also reclassified Yemen as an "area of active hostility" which lets the military launch strikes against terror targets without clearing it through a long approval process. The group is estimated to have nearly 3,000 fighters in Yemen.

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