U.S. army vehicles drive north of Manbij city. REUTERS/Rodi Said
Al Jazeera speaks with Ahrar Al Sham's spokesperson about rebel infighting, the negotiations and Syria's future.
As yet another round of negotiations on the crisis in Syria has failed, the military situation in the northern provinces has continued to evolve rapidly.
The Turkey-backed Euphrates Shield Operation in Northern Aleppo province has come to an abrupt stop after progress south and east of Al Bab towards Raqqa was blocked by an offensive southeast of the city by Syrian regime forces.
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Commentaries And Analysis On The Upcoming Battle For The Syrian City Of Raqqa, And The U.S. Role In Syria
U.S. forces, adorned in American flags, have to keep their allies from killing each other in Syria -- Liz Sly. Chicago Tribune/Washington Post
Analysis: US troop increase risks tangling in Syria's war -- Zeina Karam, AP
US Split Over Plan to Take Raqqa From Islamic State -- Wall Street Journal
ANALYSIS: Why Trump Suddenly Put American Boots On The Ground In Syria -- Yochanan Visser, Western Journalism
Work With Turkey, Don't Fight It: To take Raqqa, the U.S. must work with its partner in the fight against the Islamic State group. -- Linda Robinson, US News and World Report
What is the endgame for the US offensive against ISIL? -- Inside Story, Al Jazeera
Is The US Gearing Up For A New Intervention In Syria? -- Saagar Enjeti, Daily Caller
Welcome to Raqqa, a photo-essay from the frontlines SOFREP Original Content -- Joey L., SOFREP