American planes began to bomb pro-Turkish groups in northern Syria


The situation remains tense in the border areas in northeastern Syria, which are the location of various armed groups.


According to Syrian media, the neighborhood of the Al-Bab area suffered a missile strike by unknown military aircraft, allegedly belonging to the US-led international coalition.

The area adjacent to the city of El-Bab is controlled by pro-Turkish groups, in the positions of which an air strike was inflicted.

Almost synchronously with this message, the Lebanese al-Mayadeen television channel reported about seven attacks by “unknown affiliation” aircraft at oil refineries in the northeast of Aleppo province.

Recall that the armed conflict in Syria has been going on for more than eight years. During this time, dozens of armed groups appeared in the territory of the republic, controlling certain regions and even regions of the country.

After the Syrian government invited Russia to help in this confrontation in 2015, a turning point occurred in the war. Currently, the main sources of tension are at the junction of the borders of Syria, Turkey and Iraq.
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  1. g1washntwn Offline g1washntwn
    g1washntwn (George Washington) 26 November 2019 12: 46
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    Well, the Anglo-Saxons can’t leave, do not pile on a bunch. It’s not the first and ordinary thing for them.
  2. Pishenkov Offline Pishenkov
    Pishenkov (Alexey) 26 November 2019 15: 05
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    Most of all, such information touches "unknown aircraft of unknown origin" ... If everything is unknown, it is strange that they generally understood that these are aircraft ... Maybe flying saucers after all? And then there now absolutely all sides have such a number of observation means that it is hardly difficult to determine the type and belonging of these aircraft ... And in general, in order to fly somewhere over Syria now, I'm not talking about bombing someone, you have to to warn all the parties present, even if only for a couple of minutes, as Israel does, but to warn not to be shot down ... Or was it someone unknown who warned everyone there, and then these same unknowns bombed? From unknown planes ... That's it. It is strange that when a gas cylinder suddenly explodes somewhere in Aleppo or Idlib, everyone immediately knows that it is Assad's Air Force to blame, although no one has ever seen any missiles, no planes, even "unknown" ones. Not important. But on the airfield "their deployment" and, for order, in a couple of places, immediately "retaliatory strike" is delivered ...
    That would not be the time for these "unknown" aircraft and their bases, also "unknown to anyone", of course, to inflict an imperceptible strike ... well, to launch some missiles somewhere, at random, and they suddenly accidentally hit the target ... Maybe try? How else to deal with UFOs? There are too many of them there, "unidentified" ... Maybe that's why the Turks bought the S-400 ???
  3. Vkd dvk Offline Vkd dvk
    Vkd dvk (Victor) 27 November 2019 22: 03
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    Quote: Pyshenkov
    Most of all, such information touches "unknown aircraft of unknown origin" ... If everything is unknown, it is strange that they generally understood that these are aircraft ... Maybe flying saucers after all? And then there now absolutely all sides have such a number of observation means that it is hardly difficult to determine the type and belonging of these aircraft ... And in general, in order to fly somewhere over Syria now, I'm not talking about bombing someone, you have to to warn all the parties present, even if only for a couple of minutes, as Israel does, but to warn not to be shot down ... Or was it someone unknown who warned everyone there, and then these same unknowns bombed? From unknown planes ... That's it. It is strange that when a gas cylinder suddenly explodes somewhere in Aleppo or Idlib, everyone immediately knows that it is Assad's Air Force to blame, although no one has ever seen any missiles, no planes, even "unknown" ones. Not important. But on the airfield "their deployment" and, for order, in a couple of places, immediately "retaliatory strike" is delivered ...
    That would not be the time for these "unknown" aircraft and their bases, also "unknown to anyone", of course, to inflict an imperceptible strike ... well, to launch some missiles somewhere, at random, and they suddenly accidentally hit the target ... Maybe try? How else to deal with UFOs? There are too many of them there, "unidentified" ... Maybe that's why the Turks bought the S-400 ???

    Only complete dumbasses can poke around where it is not clear who, why, and against whom. But judging by the purpose of the attack, pro-Turkish groups urinate the Americans. And if this is so, then we should observe it with enthusiasm. The more scandal between the Americans and the Turks, the better for us.