The Pentagon has confirmed U.S. troops stationed in Syria were shot at by the Turkish military. A Defense Department spokesperson said Friday artillery fire from Turkish positions came within a few hundred meters of troops near the city of Kobani. The statement said all U.S. troops were accounted for with no injuries and that any further violence would result in retaliation.
Russian President Vladimir Putin
OAN Newsroom UPDATED 7:38 AM PT – Friday, October 4, 2019 Russian President Vladimir Putin is criticizing America’s decision to withdraw from the nuclear missile…
CNN recently touted a bombshell report, only to be debunked by The New York Times. The cable network issued a story Monday, claiming the CIA brought a long-time Kremlin asset home in 2017.