According to Secretary of Defense Mark Esper, the current plan is that all US troops leaving Syria will be redeployed into western Iraq.
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The Maduro government was elected to a three-year term with backing of 105 out of 195 UN member-states.
The Syrian Army has begun deploying further north to potentially confront the Turkish invasion.
The US has announced that they will send 3,000 ground troops and two squadrons of fighter jets to Saudi Arabia to “confront” Iran.
“A contingent of U.S. Special Forces has been caught up in Turkish shelling against U.S.-backed Kurdish positions in northern Syria.”
Launched in April, Khalifa Hafter’s bid to take over Libya, and the capital of Tripoli, looks to be breaking out again.
Video shows Turkish troops crossing the border, as journalists warn that “a new phase of this bloody regional war could be about to begin.”
Ecuadorian President Lenín Moreno has moved government operations out of the capital of Quito following days of nationwide protests.
Turkey has readied its forces for an offensive against Kurdish forces in northern Syria, prompting negative reactions from Iran and Russia.