YouTube is the third-largest website on Earth, a behemoth viewed by millions each day. It's also "over" — or on the brink of it — according to a group of outraged creators who claim the company has begun censoring them. The controversy springs from confusion over YouTube's long-standing policy of disabling ads on videos that could draw
President Barack Obama recently authorized a new Pentagon plan to train and arm Syrian rebel fighters, relaunching a program that was suspended in the fall after a string of embarrassing setbacks, which included recruits being ambushed and handing over much of their U.S.-issued ammunition and trucks to an al-Qaida affiliate.
Syrian militias armed by different parts of the U.S. war machine have begun to fight each other on the plains between the besieged city of Aleppo and the Turkish border, highlighting how little control U.S. intelligence officers and military planners have over the groups they have financed and trained in the bitter 5-year-old 读完整篇文章