Was The Recent Strike On Syrian Forces An Accident?


 

United States central command released a statement not long ago claiming that it was by accident that they targeted and killed dozens of Syrian soldiers. In an official statement that they released they claimed that they didn't intend to target the Syrian army but they did admit to killing them. It is estimated that at least 80 lost their lives. But not everyone is buying the official story that has been given.

 

Some have questioned as to whether or not it really was an accident that the country with the largest military budget in the world would happen to kill dozens of people. Assad has also admitted to the Associated Press that he believes the US airstrikes on Syrian troops were intentional.


It was not an accident by one airplane; it was four airplanes which kept attacking the position of the Syrian troops for nearly one hour or maybe a little bit more than one hour,” Assad said to the press.


The recently negotiated ceasefire in Syria, between Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and US Secretary of State John Kerry, hasn't proved to be successful whatsoever as fighting there continues and is said to have reached arguably its worst point. Thanks to ongoing and worsening recent airstrikes, it's estimated 2 million people are now without running water.

 


Since the ceasefire collapse, it's said that the Syrian government has also increased airstrikes against rebel-held regions. It was also recently suggested that Russia targeted an aid convoy in the region but Russia denies carrying out such an attack.

 

 

 


 

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