Sharmine Narwani | Any partition of Syria would, therefore, benefit ISIS and Al-Qaeda primarily – and all the parties know this.
21WIRE + RT | At least 507 fighters so chose to leave the city districts that remain under terrorist control to the safe areas and surrender their weapons.
21WIRE + IN THE NOW | “Why does the media want us to cry for some dead Syrian kids but not others?”
21WIRE | It’s well know by now, that desperate imperial behemoths do desperate deeds.
21WIRE + RT | The Obama White House continues to try and shift the blame for its own failure in Syria.
21WIRE + RT | The US continues to play semantic name games when referring to its ‘moderate opposition’, ‘moderate rebels’ – both euphemisms for ‘moderate’ terrorists.
21WIRE.TV | The US are leading a new push for a major war in the Middle East. Will it be a World War?
Vanessa Beeley | US Secretary of State, John Kerry, exposes US backed terrorists in an extraordinary public admission.
21WIRE | Interesting comments from across the Atlantic.
21WIRE | Is a war against Assad approaching?
21WIRE | US frustration at thwarted Syria road map provokes a veiled call to arms by US Diplomats
Vanessa Beeley | Syria: Huge scale US NATO terrorist suicide bomb attacks devastate coastal residential areas as US refuses to designate Ahrar al Sham a terrorist organisation.
21WIRE | US Foreign Policy in Syria is highly questionable to say the least.
Prof. Michel Chossudovsky | Aleppo: Escalation in terrorism and propaganda may herald a renewed US offensive against Russia and Iran.
Daniel McAdams | Syria: Obama under pressure to escalate illegal “boots on the ground” to prolong suffering of the Syrian people.
21WIRE + Antiwar.com | Clinging to his outdated script, Kerry remains completely detached from reality.
21WIRE + Antiwar.com | What? Is the US really backing down on ‘regime change’ for Syria?
21WIRE + Global Research | This could be a tactic that other nations would be wise to use.
21WIRE + Press TV | The potential for a peaceful Middle East is nearing closer.
Going Underground | Patrick Henningsen says the UK’s involvement in Iraq is still creating radicalization at home – and the government doesn’t seem to want to learn from its mistakes.