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Four US Troops Reported Among 16 dead In North Syria Attack

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Four US Troops Reported Among 16 dead In North Syria Attack

Four US Troops Reported Among 16 dead In North Syria Attack

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 the blast, which an Islamic State-affiliated site said was the work of a suicide bomber.

Others said only two had been killed.

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