Gawronski War Information
French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault worked up his frequent-flyer air miles account this week with consecutive flights to Moscow then to Washington in a bid to push through a UN Security Resolution for a new ceasefire in Syria.
The Western sponsors of the covert war in Syria stand to incur a huge strategic defeat. It should be also noted that 66-year-old Jean-Marc Ayrault was previously French prime minister back in 2012, at the very time that France was beginning to covertly supply weapons to illegally armed groups in Syria – in contravention of a European Union embargo.
“Last Wednesday, at a Deputies Committee meeting at the White House, officials from the State Department, the CIA and the Joint Chiefs of Staff discussed limited military strikes against the (Assad) regime … One proposed way to get around the White House’s long-standing objection to striking the Assad regime without a U.N. Security Council resolution would be to carry out the strikes covertly and without public acknowledgment.”
– Washington Post
Recall that story from the other day where the US is painting their planes to match the Russian colors? The US is going to bomb Syrian infrastructure and frame Russia for it.
Six US Army soldiers have allegedly stolen over $1 million worth of military equipment from Fort Campbell base and sold it to buyers both in the States and abroad. They have been indicted on federal conspiracy charges, along with two civilians.
Airstrikes in the Yemeni capital Sanaa have struck a funeral wake, killing more than 140 people according to the Houthi-run administration.
An ISIS commander believed to be behind the killing of a Lebanese police officer earlier this year was found dead near the northeastern border town of Arsal Sunday morning, a security source told The Daily Star.