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Defense Secretary Announces Withdrawal From Northern Syria

NYTimes.com Sunday, 13 October 2019
The decision effectively cedes control of the area and could allow a resurgence of ISIS, but the secretary argued American forces would not have deterred the Turkish invasion.
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CNN reports President Donald Trump is ordering most of the remaining US forces out of northern Syria. [President Trump] directed that we begin a deliberate withdrawal of forces from northern Syria. Which is where most of our forces are. Defense Secretary Mark Esper Interview with CBS' "Face the...

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