Sep 28, 2015

Russia Reaches Intelligence-Sharing Accord with Iraq, Iran & Syria | Democracy Now!

This comes as Russia has reached a new intelligence-sharing agreement with Iraq, Iran and Syria in the fight against ISIL. The accord is perceived to be the latest move by Russia to take control of the fight against ISIL. Russia and the United States have disagreed on the strategy in Syria. The U.S. is calling for the ouster of President Bashar al-Assad, while Russia is bolstering the Assad...

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