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Nikki Haley: ‘Get Iran and Their Proxies Out’ of Syria

America’s United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley told reporters Wednesday that, while she supported peace talks for all sides of the Syrian civil war, the United States believed it imperative to “get Iran and their proxies” out of the country to maintain longstanding peace.

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Stranahan on Obama’s Syria Policy: ‘We’re Backing the Jihadists’

On Wednesday’s episode of Whatever It Takes on the Breitbart News Network, Breitbart’s lead investigative reporter Lee Stranahan and host Curt Schilling attacked the establishment media’s coverage of the Syrian Civil War, saying the press was covering up the facts

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WATCH: Protesters Block off London Streets to Demand Action on Syria

Hundreds of protesters have marched through central London today to demand the British government help civilians caught up in the Syrian civil war in Aleppo. Waving Syrian flags, and banners reading: “save Aleppo”, “hand in hand with Aleppo” and “enough with

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Former UK Army Chief: Trump ‘Might Make The World Safer’

A Donald Trump presidency “might make the world ironically safer”, according to the former head of the UK Armed Forces. In an interview with House magazine, Lord Richards of Herstmonceux – the former Chief of the Defence staff – said Mr. Trump

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Cory Booker Must Stop Defending the Iran Deal

Cory Booker is dead wrong on Iran. He adds damaging insult to catastrophic injury when he defends his support of a deal that will forever mar his public legacy.

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Syria: Kurds Claim Turkey May Have Used Chemical Weapons on Them After Retreat

Earlier this week, Turkey made a highly publicized demand for the Syrian Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG and YPJ) to retreat east of the Euphrates after successfully conquering territory from the Islamic State. The YPG agreed, but Turkish troops shelled YPG locations on Friday anyway.

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France Insists Assad’s Departure Not Necessary Before Syria Transition

French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said he no longer believes that Bashar al-Assad’s departure is necessary before any political transition in Syria, in an interview published Saturday. “The fight against Daesh is crucial, but it will only be totally effective

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Report: Russia Dropping Cluster Bombs over Civilian Areas in Syria

Russian bombers are dropping cluster munitions over Raqqa, Syria, the city known as the de facto capital of the Islamic State terror group, sources inside Syria confirmed to Breitbart News. Sources say Moscow is also indiscriminately targeting civilians neighborhoods populated by Sunni Muslims, killing innocent women and children in the process.

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Putin Charm Ensnares Donald Trump at GOP Debate

GOP presidential frontrunner Donald Trump spoke in praise of Russian dictator Vladimir Putin during Tuesday night’s Republican debate in Milwaukee, insisting that he was “all for” Moscow’s actions in Syria against ISIS.

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Russia Troop Count Surges to 4,000 in Syria

Russia’s military presence in Syria has grown to roughly 4,000 personnel, as Moscow continues to wage an ongoing air campaign in support of Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad’s forces in the country.

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Ed Royce Slams Obama’s ‘Naivete’ as Iran Deal Takes Effect

House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Rep. Ed Royce (R-CA) issued a statement on “Adoption Day” of the Iran deal this Sunday, claiming that the Obama Administration “is looking more naive by the day” in its faith that the Iranian regime will live up to its end of the bargain when considering their activity over the last three months–let alone 35 years.

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On Putin and Assad, America Finally Sees the Kinder, Gentler Trump

Before taking the California stage last night, Donald Trump promised he would attempt to “tone it down” for the second Republican debate. He mostly failed to be less Trump than his usual disposition, save for one topic: the ongoing civil war in Syria and Russian President Vladimir Putin’s role in keeping the war alive.

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