Syria population 24 million in 2010 - (Syria's population dropped to 17.5 in 2016). Since 2011, Syria has experienced an armed insurrection supported covertly by foreign powers including the US, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, France, UK and Israel. Insurgents belonging to Islamist organizations cross the border from Turkey, Lebanon and Jordan. The US State Department had immediately confirmed that it was supporting the insurgency. As of April 2018, approximately 350,000 Syrians have lost their lives. A monolithic unified slant media cartel restricts reports to 'indiscriminate killing of civilians by the Syrian government.' At present, roughly 2,000 American troops live in Syria, despite the Syrian government citing them as unlawful invaders. For months Americans have been bombing the very Islamic invaders, who had been receiving US aid, even heavy weapons for years supplied mostly from Saudi Arabia. This has been an open secret for years, headlined even in UK tabloid newspapers and admitted various times in mainstream media. [http://www.newsweek.com/how-isis-got-weapons-us-used-them-take-iraq-syria-748468 ]
Indonesia population 85 million In 1958, CIA had supplied one pilot and six B-26 bombers to 'anti-communist' rebels trying to overthrow the Indonesian Government. American pilot Allan Pope's plane was shot and Pope accused of bombing the rural village of Ambon and killing many people and was sentenced to death.
Pakistan population 151 million -
Pakistan The Bureau of Investigative Journalism estimates the following cumulative statistics about U.S. drone strikes in Pakistan (as of 17 September 2017): Total strikes: 429; Total killed: 2,514 -- 4,023; Civilians killed: 424 -- 969; Children killed: 172 -- 207; Injured: 1,162 -- 1,749 
Since the end of the unbelievably profitable for Wall Street Second World War, tens of millions of innocent children, women and men have died right in their own beloved countries during unlawful and prosecutable regime change bombings and invasions by Americans. All these tens of millions died so investors in the illegal and genocidal use of US Armed Forces, CIA, sanctions and US media could make money from wars that at the same time brought the investors increased financial hegemony and more opportunity for capital and power acquisition. These millions had to die, murdered right in their homelands, because of the support and/or indifference of ordinary Americans in all walks of life, with enough of them willing to follow orders, even when unlawful orders, to bomb and invade whatever nation instructed to.
All this hell and horror for millions of fellow human beings and their children could have been avoided if enough Americans had followed Champion Muhammad Ali, who stated before the US Supreme Court, "No I'm not going 10,000 miles from home to help murder and burn another poor nation simply to continue the domination of white slave masters of the darker people the world over. This is the day when such evils must come to an end."
Further reading on this subject:
Veteran Awareness of The Real Hero of the Vietnam War,Champion Muhammad Ali, OpEdNews, 11/12/2007
King Held All Americans Including Himself Responsible for US Atrocity Wars NOT His Government Click on the link and read and/or listen to King's sermon that made headlines in bold print on newspapers around the world fifty years ago, and notice it is NOT addressed to the government but to all Americans. (King's nightmarish sermon came 4 years after "I Have a Dream" at the March on Washington) King spoke to the people and not to the government which he dismissed as "the greatest purveyor of violence in the world." OpEdNews, 4/4/2018
GIs Who Invaded Vietnam, Iraq, etc. Were Criminals By International Law & US Army's Own Law Regarding any order to invade and or kill in another country: "An order which is unlawful not only does not need to be obeyed but obeying such an order can result in criminal prosecution of the one who obeys it. Military courts have long held that military members are accountable for their actions even while following orders -- if the order was illegal." OpEdNews, 11/12/2017
Sharp, Jeremy M. Yemen: Background and U.S. Relations (RL34170) (PDF). Congressional Research Service (February 11, 2015). This article incorporates text from this source, which is in the public domain.
The Year of Living Dangerously -- Indonesia and the Downed CIA Pilot, Moments in U.S. Diplomatic History, May 1958 https://adst.org/2013/04/the-year-of-living-dangerously-indonesia-and-the-downed-cia-pilot-may-1958/