BEIRUT, LEBANON (9:30 A.M.) – A new interactive map of the Syrian War has been released by the Islamic World News Agency this week.

The map shows the updated front-lines in Syria after the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and their allies liberated the entire Al-Safa volcanic region in the southern part of the country.

In addition to the ground updates, the new interactive map also shows the presence of 17 U.S. military bases that located across northern and eastern Syria.

The U.S military bases are reportedly located in the following areas:

US Army Base – North Manbij

US Army Base – Ayn Dadat

US Army Base – Ushariyah

US Air Base/Army Base – Sabt

US Army Base – Kobani

US Army Base – Kharab Hisaq

US Army Base – Ayn Issa

US Army Base – Tal Tamar

US Air Base/Army Base – Qulayb Mountain

US Air Base/Army Base – Tal Baydar

US Air Base/Army Base – Rmeilan

US Army Base – Shaddadi

US Air Base/Army Base – Tabqa Airport

US Army Base – Omar oilfields

US Army Base – Tanak oilfields

US Army Base – Tanaf

US Army Base – Zaqaf

To see the entire interactive map, please click on this link: Syrian War Map

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The squatters sure moved in quick!

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yes with the help of their pals ISIS and the Kurds.

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Funny if it was against, wasnt it ??

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More like You are very, very slow. Join westerrn structure having more adavanced logistics and producing more for it.

We see Syrian, Yemenites and russians declaring ceasefire every time they are out of ammo or their arctic helicopters dont like warm conditions.

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So 15 American bases east of the Euphrates and the two bases at al-Tanf and al-Zuqf.
These last two should be surrounded and blockaded.

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They dont have 17 bases.

Its where they are and french and others too. If they totally are 6-8000 and 17, its miltary bases on seize 350 to 450.