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Syrian Kurds pull forces from Turkish border after safe zone deal

WorldNews Tuesday, 27 August 2019
Syrian Kurds pull forces from Turkish border after safe zone dealKurdish forces have begun pulling back from the Turkish border area of northeast Syria, local Kurdish authorities said on Tuesday after a deal between Washington and Ankara to create a buffer zone. They said work had begun on Saturday for "the first practical steps – in the Ras Al Ain area – in removing some earth mounds and withdrawing a group of [Kurdish] People's Protection Units and heavy weapons". On Monday, they repeated the same steps...
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