12 Syrian Army soldiers killed, 14 wounded in attack by armed groups
A bus transporting Syrian Army soldiers is shelled by terrorists in the Aleppo countryside.
An attack by extremists in the Aleppo countryside has killed 12 Syrian Army soldiers, and injured fourteen others.
The armed terrorists targeted a bus transporting the soldiers this morning at 9:30 a.m using an anti-tank guided missile.
The US acting assistant secretary of state, Victoria Nuland, spoke in Marrakech, Morocco, in a meeting with the global coalition against ISIS on Wednesday, stating that the US will issue a general license that permits companies to act without US sanction restrictions.
"The United States intends in the next few days to issue a general license to facilitate private economic investment activity in non-regime-held areas liberated from ISIS in Syria," she said, referring to ISIS.
Under the supposed pretext of fighting ISIS, the YPG has gained control over Syrian territory with the assistance of the US occupation, particularly in the northeast bordering Turkey and Iraq. The area contains some of the world's richest oil reserves, in addition to agricultural land and a bank of the Euphrates river.
The US is also looking to raise $350 million for "stabilization" activities in northeastern Syria, where Western multinational companies have been drawing out and profiting from the resources. Nuland said that the US is seeking a similar amount for Iraq.