Published on Oct 12, 2015
The US-led coalition has once again dropped weapons for anti-Damascus militants in Syria. A US military officials has confirmed that 50 tonnes of ammunition and hand grenades have been parachuted in northern Syria. But it claims that the arms were delivered to those fighting against Daesh terrorists. It’s not the first time US-led coalition conducts airdrops for militants who’re engaged in fighting against the Syrian government. Months ago, the US military admitted that a bundle of ammunition and weapons it had dropped over the Syrian border town of Kobani had ended up in the hands of the ISIL members. And also in Iraq, US-led coalition aircraft have for several times airdropped boxes of weapons and equipment in areas held by Daesh Takfiri terrorists.