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Syrian Kurds outgunned but vow to inflict toll on Turkish army

Reuters Wednesday, 9 October 2019 ()
Kurdish fighters who defeated Islamic State across much of Syria with U.S. help will struggle to fend off the Turkish army and its Syrian rebel allies who thrust across the border on Wednesday in a long-threatened offensive.
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American troops 'will no longer be in the immediate area' casting uncertainty on the fate of their Kurdish allies.

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