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Pentagon may recommend U.S. deploy combat troops in Syria -CNN

DNA Wednesday, 15 February 2017
The U. S. Defense Department may recommend that the United States deploy regular combat troops to Syria for the first time to fight Islamic State militants, CNN reported on Wednesday.
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CNN reports that The Defense Department is considering proposing sending conventional ground combat forces into northern Syria for the first time as part of an effort to speed up the fight against ISIS, CNN has learned. "It's possible that you may see conventional forces hit the ground in Syria for...

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