Uber, Amazon, and Google’s ‘train for war’ training class on war-torn Syria

Toronto, Ont.

– Uber, Google and Uber’s U.S. subsidiary, Lyft, are launching a training class in Syria.

The training class is set to start in early September, but there are no details yet about how many people will attend.

The classes are free, but participants have to register.

Uber is the first big tech company to set up a training facility in Syria to offer training to the Syrian army.

A spokesperson said the company was doing the training to help ensure that it is doing all it can to support the Syrian people in the fight against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) group.

Uber CEO Travis Kalanick has been pushing the company to open up to its customers in Syria, saying that there is no reason that companies cannot do this.

Uber has partnered with Al-Jazeera, Al Jazeera English and The Associated Press to create a training course that is free for both sides to use.

The training has been available in the U.K. and the U.

“We have a very high profile customer in the United States, and that’s the reason we’ve been able to get them in, but it’s not going to happen in the same way in Syria,” Kalanack told The Associated PM.

“The thing we’ve tried to do is try to make sure that if there’s a problem, we can quickly solve it, that there’s no need to wait for people to come in.

We want to give our customers the confidence that we are there for them.”

In August, Google launched a training program for US troops and their families.

Google is offering a free 30-minute session for its U.C.L.A. employees and for anyone who is interested in helping out with a similar training project.

The course will take place at a nearby U.N. base in California.

Google said in a statement that its training is designed to provide a platform for those who need to make a difference in the conflict.

The U.A., UK, Canada and Australia have all also agreed to offer free training to civilians.