In this Nov. 14, 2017 photo illustration, a journalist in Washington, D.C., looks at youtube video showing images from an aerial assault video game. Russia's defence ministry on Tuesday shared the same footage on its own channels saying it proved the US was aiding Daesh.

The image provided by the Russian defence ministry was damning: three Daesh trucks led by an armoured vehicle on their way to a key battlefield in eastern Syria, allowed safe passage by the United States.
Russian drones, its foreign ministry said on social media, spotted the convoy fleeing Bukamal on Nov. 9, the same day Syrian President Bashar Assad’s forces said they captured the key militant stronghold on the Euphrates River. Their safe passage was “irrefutable evidence” the United States allows the Daesh, also known as ISIS, to wreak havoc to meet their interests in the region, the ministry said on Facebook and Twitter.
If you’re a gamer interested in air combat simulators, you may have already seen the convoy before you gunned down digital enemies on your computer screen while playing AC-130 Gunship Simulator: Special OPS Squadron, released in 2015 by the Byte Conveyor game studio.
The game, developed for smartphones and …