Russian Air Force destroys ISIS command center
Posted: Friday, October 2, 2015
Russian Air Force destroys ISIS command center, training camp (VIDEO)
Why the west should listen to Putin on Syria
Putin is right. Everyone knows Putin is right, that the only way forward in Syria, if not to eternal slaughter, is via the established government of Bashar al-Assad and his Lebanese and Iranian allies.
Russia in Syria: West has limited options in dealing with Moscow's air strikes
The West may complain that some rebel groups are being attacked, but cannot complain about bombing al-Qaeda affiliates
Should US Ally with Al Qaeda in Syria?
The new U.S. "group think" is that Russian President Putin broke his promise to attack only the Islamic State when his warplanes hit other rebel targets in Syria. But Putin never limited which terrorists he'd hit and the targeted rebel coalition includes Al Qaeda's affiliate, as Robert Parry reports.
Russia confounds US with Syria military moves
Officials: Pentagon weighs protections for US-trained rebels
US gives mixed signals over Russian air strikes on Syria
Europe, US Split Over Form of Syria Talks
Saudi Arabia demands Russia stop bombing raids because 'it's killing innocent victims'
The UN ambassador says the country has concerns about airstrikes on Homs and Hama 'where Isis forces are not present'
Chris Harper Mercer, Oregon college gunman, 'originally from the UK'
Mass Shooting At Umpqua Community College In Oregon, 10 Reported Dead
Ten people were killed and seven were wounded Thursday in a shooting at a small community college in Roseburg, Oregon. Sheriff John Hanlin said Thursday evening that the toll had been revised downward from the earlier figures of 13 dead and at least 20 wounded. Names of the victims won't be released for at least a day, he said.
Oregon gunman singled out Christians during rampage
A gunman singled out Christians, telling them they would see God in "one second," during a rampage at an Oregon college Thursday that left at least nine innocent people dead and several more wounded, survivors and authorities said.