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U.S. accused of abandoning Kurdish allies to fight ISIS alone

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A CBS News analyst said the offensive will result in serious national security repercussions
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News video: Trump withdraws U.S. troops from Turkey-Syria border

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SYRIA — America's Kurdish allies have been left in the dust after Trump decided to suddenly up and withdraw U.S. Troops from Syria. According to The Guardian, the U.S. and Turkey established an arrangement in August to carry out joint patrols along a 'safe zone' on the Turkey-Syria border and...

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