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US forces withdraw from Syrian base

Mid-Day Monday, 21 October 2019 ()
*Tal Tamr (Syria):* US forces withdrew from a key base in northern Syria Sunday, a monitor said, two days before the end of a US-brokered truce to stem a Turkish attack on Kurdish forces in the region. An AFP correspondent saw more than 70 US armoured vehicles escorted by helicopters drive past the town of Tal Tamr carrying...
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