The Syrian army on Tuesday made progress in Kurdish-held areas near the border with Turkey, and deployed in areas in which oil fields are situated in the Hasakah province in northeastern Syria.
While some journalists are looking for the causes of the fire of Notre-Dame-de-Paris, while others worry about the fate of Julian Assange issued by the Ecuadorian embassy, another reason for a big war has appeared in the Middle East.
Washington proved once again that it demands compliance with international law only from others, but not from itself.
The US Congress adopted sanctions against Syria and those countries that provide military assistance to it, supply aviation parts and trade in petroleum products.
For two days Israel has been launching rocket rain in Syria. Tel Aviv fired dozens of shells around Syrian territory.
It comes from all sides: the United States is withdrawing its troops from Syria. But is this really the case? What do the experts think?