Sunday marked the third consecutive day of U.S. organized airstrikes in Iraq.
With 5,300 gallons of water reportedly dropped, this would leave as little as 17 ounces of water for each of the 40,000 reported persons dying of dehydration
The State of Emergency comes after a sixth person is confirmed to be infected with the Ebola Virus
Four FA-18 aircraft dropped 8 bombs on an ISIS convoy near Erbil.
Plus, Israel and Hamas resume fighting, a U.S. general is murdered in Afghanistan and Obama signs a bill reforming the Department of Veterans Affairs.
“At approximately 6:45 a.m. EDT, the U.S. military conducted a targeted airstrike against Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) terrorists,” Pentagon Spokesman Adm. John Kirby confirmed Friday morning.
“We can act, carefully and responsibly to prevent a potential act of genocide,” Obama said.
Secretary of Defense announced Wednesday that he agrees with Poland’s foreign minister that the increase in Russian forces near Ukraine’s border heightened the risk of an invasion.
An Army official told TRNS, of the formerly Taliban-held Sgt., that Bergdahl “will get all the time he needs” to answer the questions to determine the circumstances of his capture
The Associated Press first released the name of the murdered general in Tuesday’s shooting as United States two-star Maj. Gen. Harold Greene, an hour later the Pentagon released the identity of the general