BEIRUT, LEBANON (4:15 P.M.) – The Al-Hamra Military Base in the United Arab Emirates witnessed large-scale joint military exercises between the armed forces of the United States and UAE on Monday, March 23.

The two armies displayed their military might during the exercise, including their naval and air force capabilities.

These large-scale military exercises were carried out during a time when tensions between the U.S. and Iran are at an all-time highway.

The United Arab Emirates, which is located in the same Gulf region as Iran, is an imperative ally to the U.S. in the Middle East, especially given their proximity to the Islamic Republic.

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Daeshbags-Sux
2020-03-25 20:26

They hold annual joint drills around this time of the year, before the summer starts and not amid tensions with X or Y. This is routine. Posing routine as if it was significant event is called sensationalism… No better way to discredit a newspaper, just think about tabloids… Kinda classic Tabloid title : “Prince Harry : a terrible accident”… After a long article taking a good 5 minutes to read, well, the neighbour’s cat was crushed by a car in front of his house… I have a lot of fun when e.g. RT or Spunik lambast some NATO drill in… Read more »