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U.S. troops deploy near Syria’s Manbij as Assad calls them ‘invaders’

By Reuters
12 March 2017   |   10:20 am
U.S. troops deploy around Manbij in Syria in an attempt to keep tensions between Turkish and Kurdish forces fighting Islamic State at a minimum.

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