Washington’s decision follows an attack last week, a radical Islamist group, on the headquarters and warehouses belonging to the Free Syrian Army (FSA). The facilities in question are now reportedly in the hands of the Islamic Front. “As a result of this situation, as you pointed out, the United States has suspended all further deliveries of nonlethal assistance into northern Syria,” said Earnest.  He added that the US is investigating the current whereabouts of its nonlethal aid. “We're still gathering facts and consulting with General Idris and the Supreme Military Council staff to inventory the status of U.S. equipment and supplies that have been provided to the SMC,” he said. Still, he emphasized that the US would continue to provide the Syrian people with humanitarian aid. The United Kingdom has also halted its deliveries of nonlethal aid following the raid.