Report: CIA Guns Destined For Syrian Rebels Stolen, Used to Kill Americans - Town Hall

The New York Times is out with an alarming report today detailing how guns intended for Syrian rebels ended up on the black market and eventually used to kill two Americans overseas. Weapons shipped into Jordan by the Central Intelligence Agency and ...

Jordanian officials sold CIA-supplied weapons — report - The Times of Israel

Jordanian intelligence officials stole millions of dollars of weapons that the CIA and Saudi Arabia had supplied for Syrian rebels, then sold them on the black market, The New York Times and al-Jazeera reported. Get The Times of Israel's Daily Edition ...

Security in Jordan: A balancing act amidst regional tensions - Global Risk Insights

A 6 June attack on Baqa'a, a refugee camp established in 1968 and located 20 miles north of Amman, has placed a spotlight on national issues and demonstrated that the relatively peaceful Kingdom of Jordan remains susceptible to regional malaise.

'Corruption name of the game for US policy in Syria' - RT

When people warned sophisticated US weapons and anti-aircraft missiles could fall into the hands of radical organizations, I believe those warnings were absolutely correct, writer and author Abdel Bari Atwan told RT. TrendsIslamic State. It's been ...

CIA Weapons Intended for Syrian Rebels 'Systemically Stolen' and Sold on Black Market — and It Gets Worse - TheBlaze.com

Weapons provided by the Central Intelligence Agency that were supposed to go to Syrian rebels have found to be “systematically stolen” and sold on the black market, according to the New York Times. But according to officials, those weapons have also ...