Too much of the world is a battlefield.
Cover of Jeremy Scahill’s book, Dirty Wars
New York Times
Airstrikes against the Islamic State unleashed a torrent of cruise missiles and precision-guided bombs on the militants’ de facto capital, Raqqa, Syria.
After six weeks of Western air support, Iraqi forces have scarcely budged the militant fighters from their hold on more than a quarter of the country.
The Washington Post
(notice this article is posted under “National Security” — instead of U.S. Empire or other more truthful monikers)
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HAVE YOU WATCHED THIS AIRSTRIKE IN IRAQ? The Intercept/FirstLookMedia