Selected Articles: What is the Situation in Libya and Syria?
By Global Research News
Global Research, February 05, 2016

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russia syria flagPeace Talks “Paused” after Putin’s Triumph in Aleppo

By Mike Whitney, February 05 2016

“This is the beginning of the end of jihadi presence in Aleppo. After 4 years of war and terror, people can finally see the end in sight.” — Edward Dark, Twitter, Moon of Alabama

Turkey-Syria-Conflict (1)Planned Turkish Invasion of Syria? In Close Liaison with Washington

By Stephen Lendman, February 05 2016

All Turkish military actions are approved by or complicit with Washington. Erdogan would never act unilaterally on his own, not even aggressively against his own Kurdish population, slaughtering civilians in cold blood.

Greece Refugee CrisisSyria’s Lost Generation

By Timothy Bancroft-Hinchey, February 04 2016

Four million Syrian children have no means of getting to a school in safety because of the actions of marauding gangs of terrorists firing at the personnel of the Syrian Arab Army, police, ambulance and fire services.

Flag_of_Libya.svgLibya’s Instability Threatens Regional Security. Extended ISIS Terrorism in North Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa?

By South Front, February 04 2016

Though Syria and Iraq are the main theaters of global standoff and terrorist activity in recent years, there is another country that also draws the attention of the world powers: Libya.

VIDEO: Obama's Libya Action is Unconstitutional and CostlyObama Readies to Fight in Libya, Again

By Jack A. Smith, February 05 2016

Nearly five years after the U.S., Britain and France launched a bombing campaign against the Libyan government to bring about regime change, these same countries are contemplating a resumption of the war they thought was won when rebel forces they supported grotesquely tortured to death the country’s leader, Col. Muammar Gaddafi.

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