Syrian rebels battling President Bashar al-Assad's government are beginning to get more and better weapons in an effort paid for by Persian Gulf nations and coordinated partly by the United States, the Washington Post reported late on Tuesday. The report cited opposition activists and U.S. and foreign officials. Obama administration officials emphasized the United States is not supplying or funding the lethal material, which includes antitank weapons, the report said.
With the help of the U.S. and Persian Gulf nations, Syrian rebels seeking the downfall of President Bashar al-Assad have received an influx of better weapons in recent weeks, say Karen DeYoung and Liz Sly at The Washington Post. The... Read Post
WASHINGTON (AP) — A newly approved U.S. aid package of weapons to Syrian rebels may be too little, too late to reverse recent battlefield gains by President Bashar Assad's government — and few in Washington are enthusiastic about se... Read Post