Good News: Yalda, Babbila, and Beit Sahm in Damascus soon to be RED. Negotiations of jihadist surrender to begin soon.
They're bossing it. Give it a week or two and it's finished.
Avashin @Avashin 1h1 hour ago
reports that local groups in Azaz asking YPG for help to kick out Turkish backed Al Qaeda groups from the city. #TwitterKurds
The number is probably in direct proportion to how loudly Kerry is screaming for a ceasefire...JohninMK wrote:Wonder if there are any western 'advisors' in still trapped in there?
calm wrote:"Aleppo Rebel Union" announces formation of a negotiation committee
Hassan Ridha @sayed_ridha 7h7 hours ago
There are reports that a temporary ceasefire will be announced to allow civilians to leave east Aleppo, it is a result of Russ-Turk talks
Long range missiles launched over Lebanon. Target seems to have been a Hezbollah ammo depot and some transport. Not particular people this time.crod wrote:The israeli's at it again overnight I see...Syrian AD network not switched on?
JohninMK wrote:Latest Peto map
zorobabel wrote:Great progress by the SAA. I wish they could capture the remaining pocket in a few days (unlikely, I know). Western leaders and their propagandists are going to be screaming about 'massacres' more and more.
KiloGolf wrote:headchopping propaganda 404
Militarov wrote:Sort of report on that airstrike Coalition did on SAA in Deir el Zour on Sept. 17 - http://www.mcclatchydc.com/news/nation-world/national/article117752313.html.
Interesting part for me:
"U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Richard A. Coe, who led the investigation, said Tuesday that Russians had been kept waiting for 27 minutes when they used the hotline to call Sept. 17 and warn the U.S. military that it was bombing a Syrian military unit.
The usual U.S. military point of contact for the Russians was on another side of a base, Coe said. Transcripts show that the Russians hung up. When they called back a few minutes later, the officer still wasn’t near the phone. They waited on hold until he showed up."
"Australian, British and Danish aircraft took part in the airstrike alongside U.S. aircraft, which included F-16 fighters, A-10 Warthogs, F/A-18 combat jets and numerous drones, Coe said.
The aircraft let loose with 34 precision-guided weapons and 380 rounds of 30 mm ammunition, Coe said. A U.S. investigation following the attack could not arrive at the site and relied on aerial footage, confirming only 15 deaths but believing there were more."
"He was watching a full-motion video of a tank, and in his personal experience he had never seen ISIL with a tank,” Coe said, adding that others at the air operations center in Bahrain noted that Islamic rebels had captured an army tank days earlier, overruling the dissent."