The State Department issued a stern warning to the Syrian government, over a possible operation inside a de-escalation zone in the middle eastern country. In a statement Friday, State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said the U.S. would respond with firm measures, if the region’s ceasefire is violated.
Its been nearly seven years since the start of the civil war in Syria, and now resolution to the on-going conflict appears to be on the horizon. One America’s Jack Posobiec had the honor of sitting down with filmmaker and activist Carla Ortiz, who takes us inside Syria for a different perspective of life on the ground.
The Islamic-militant aid-workers known as the White Helmets are running out of cash, as Washington puts their funding on hold. One America’s Pearson Sharp takes a closer look at how President Trump is keeping American dollars out of their hands.
The conflict in Syria continues to wage on as western leaders condemn President Assad for his alleged attacks on civilians, but not all of those claims add up. As One America’s Pearson Sharp explains, the call to war could have less to do with fighting terrorism and more to do with oil.
One America’s Pearson Sharp has been on the ground in Syria for the past week where he has been investigating the alleged chemical attack in Douma. He got a chance to visit an underground makeshift hospital in Douma where he interviewed patients and doctors about the alleged attack.
The people of Syria are speaking out against media reports which suggest the Assad government has planted informants to deny the alleged chemical attack in Douma. One America’s Pearson Sharp is in Syria and has this exclusive report.
One America’s Pearson Sharp visited the war-torn town of Douma outside the capital of Damascus, looking for evidence of a chemical attack. However, residents there deny the claims of an attack, and say it was staged to help the rebels escape.
One America News sent our own investigative reporter Pearson Sharp to the center of the conflict. He was in Damascus just hours before the U.S.-led airstrikes hit the region.
Conflicting reports continue to pour out of Syria, as the international community demands answers.
One America news takes a look at how the truth may be different depending on where you are and who you’re talking to.