Middle East War Updates: May 1 – Libya Yemen Syria Iraq Afghanistan ( Videos)

War of all against all: Whirlpool of violence in Libya

It’s been more than five years since the fall of Muammar Gaddafi’s authoritarian regime in Libya. The power vacuum not only fueled the ongoing chaos and bloodshed in the country, it’s also left three rival governments now vying for power there.


The US may be aiding war crimes in Yemen

The U.S. is helping Saudi Arabia bomb Yemen and it’s a disaster.



Cholera spreading drastically in Yemen


Pentagon confirms sending light weapons to Kurdish groups in Syria

The U.S. government has confirmed it has started sending arms to Kurdish militia groups, fighting against Islamic State in Syria.


Russia launches four cruise missiles against Daesh targets in Syria

Russia’s war vessels have targeted Daesh positions near the Syrian city of Palmyra.


Russia slams US airstrikes as poorly planned in Syria

Russia has criticized the airstrikes conducted by the US-led coalition in Syria as ill-conceived and poorly planned. Zakharova made the remark in a statement to the press in the Russian capital, Moscow. She also said the coalition’s airstrikes have made the situation in Syria worse. Zakharova noted that the number of civilian casualties have increased due to the air raids which started the chaos and destruction. Zakharova argues the airstrikes play into the hands of militants and terrorist organizations, such as DAESH, al-Nusra, and organizations connected to them. A coalition led by the US has acknowledged over 450 civilian deaths since it began its airstrikes in Syria and Iraq in 2014. Airwars, a London-based group that tracks civilian deaths, has put the number at nearly 3,700 since then.


Syrian War Report – May 30, 2017: Tiger Forces Prevail Against ISIS In Aleppo


Syrian War Report – May 31, 2017: Tensions Grow As ISIS Collapses In Syria And Iraq



At least 80 killed, over 350 wounded in Kabul blast

A powerful truck bomb has ripped through the diplomatic quarter of the Afghan capital, causing death and destruction.


The Debate – Kabul Terror Attack

It as a deadly blast, and it was devastating: IN Afghanistan, 90 killed with a death toll that may climb. The Daesh terrorist group has claimed responsibility. Even the Taliban did not approve of the attack. In this debate, we’ll discuss why a country that has been occupied by foreign forces like from NATO countries and the US is still susceptible to violence and acts of terrorism.


How Opium Greed Is Keeping US Troops in Afghanistan | Brainwash Update

Abby Martin takes a look at a shocking statistic that puts opium production in Afghanistan at a record high, and puts into perspective the different corporate interests that could be keeping US forces in Afghanistan well beyond 2014.- and they are still there.


The Secret CIA Drug War in Afghanistan Explained | REAL MATTERS

Is Afghan drug trafficking directly linked to the US backed Afghan leadership and even to the CIA itself? In Part 1 we will look at Afghanistan’s complex relationship with Opium and the United States






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