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Thursday, January 26, 2017

ISIS update 1/26/2017..Heavy Infighting In Militant-Held Idlib

RAF Escort Russian 'Ship Of Shame' Through British Waters

British Jets & Warships Monitor Russian Aircraft Carrier Group Returning From Syria

Astana talks open path for political solution

Trump intends to set ‘safe zones’ in Syria

Trump calls for 'safe zones' in Syria

Russia Cautions US over 'Consequences of Safe Zones in Syria

The Kremlin said Thursday that a US plan for safe zones in Syria should be thoroughly considered.

Asked to comment on a draft executive order that President Donald Trump is expected to sign this week, Russian President Vladimir Putin's spokesman said it was important to "weigh all possible consequences" of the measure, Business Insider reported.

Dmitry Peskov said in a conference call with reporters that the US hasn't consulted with Russia on the subject and noted that "it's important not to exacerbate the situation with refugees."

While suspending visas for Syrians and others, the order directs the Pentagon and the State Department to produce a plan for safe zones in Syria and the surrounding area within 90 days. It includes no details.

Safe zones, proposed by both Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton during the campaign, were ruled out by the Obama administration for fear it would bring the US into direct conflict with Syrian President Bashar Assad and Russia, which has been waging an air campaign to aid his forces since September 2015.

In October, the Russian military specifically warned the US against striking Syrian government forces, saying its air defense weapons in Syria would fend off any attack.

Russia has welcomed Trump's pledge to mend ties with Moscow and potentially partner with it against the Islamic State and other extremist groups.

But Trump has provided few details about how he plans to approach Syria's complex conflict, and the Kremlin, which was bitterly at odds with the Obama administration, has said that rebuilding trust will take time.

Peskov said no agreement has been reached on a Trump-Putin phone call and there have been no contacts between their administrations yet beyond routine diplomatic exchanges.

Russian Planes Target ISIS Positions In East Syria

Six bombers Tu-22M3 attacked ISIS objects near Deir ez-Zor.

25.01.2017. The ISIS terrorists fire from ATGM armored vehicles of the Turkish armed forces in the village of Kabr al-Makri. To the North-East of the city of al-Bab, Aleppo province.

Battles between Al-Qaeda-linked terrorists & rebels escalate in northern Syria

Erdogan Police in Occupied Jarabulus

ISIS abandons weapons after fleeing from Mahmoudli in Raqqa Province

Footage of Syrian army operations against IS jihadists in east Homs countryside

Syrian War Report – January 26, 2017: Heavy Infighting In Militant-Held Idlib

Jabhat Fateh al-Sham takes control over Idlib central prison as rebel infighting continues

Syrians seen smiling and excited as train travels through Aleppo for first time in over four years

Elite Iraqi troops await orders to retake west Mosul

Iraqi troops backed by US-led airstrikes fired at ISIS militants in a neighbourhood of Ramadi

Mosul: Iraqi Security Forces find ISIS explosives cache in residential neighbourhood

Residents of eastern Mosul begin to resume normal life after ISIS


At Least 40 ISIL Militants Annihilated in Iraq Air Raids West of Mosul

Syrian Gov't, Militant Leaders Reach Final Reconciliation Agreement in Wadi Al-Bardi

Syrian Army Establishes Full Security at T4 Airbase

Tens of ISIL Terrorists Killed in Syrian-Russian Airstrikes in Deir Ezzur

Army Retakes Control of Several Blocks in Eastern Ghouta of Damascus

ISIL Advances against Turkish Army, Ankara-Affiliated Terrorists in Northern Aleppo Province

Syrian Army Starts New Phase of Operations in Eastern Ghouta of Damascus

Syrian Army Further Advances in Eastern Ghouta

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