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American troops killed in blast claimed by Islamic State

The Age Wednesday, 16 January 2019
American troops killed in blast claimed by Islamic StateThe Islamic State asserted responsibility on Wednesday for a suicide blast in the US-patrolled city of Manbij in Syria, the first such attack since President Donald Trump said American forces would withdraw from the country because the militant group has been largely defeated.
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A bomb attack claimed by Islamic State killed U.S. troops in northern Syria on Wednesday, weeks after President Donald Trump said the group was defeated there and he would pull out all American forces. A U.S. official who declined to be named said four U.S. troops had been killed and three wounded in...

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