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Reuters Top NewsOct 14, 2019
Syrian army deploys to town in country's northeast after Kurdish deal
Syrian army troops entered the town of Tel Tamer in northeastern Syria, state media reported on Monday, after Damascus reached an agreement with the Kurdish-led forces controlling the region to deploy into the area to counter an attack by Turkey.

Reuters Top NewsOct 14, 2019
Kurdish official: deal with Damascus covers deployment, political talks later
A top Syrian Kurdish official said a "preliminary military" deal with Damascus is limited to the army's deployment along the border and the two sides will discuss political issues later.

Kurdish forces announce deal with Damascus after US pullout (Fox News)

LA Times National NewsOct 13, 2019
Trump orders troops out of northern Syria; Islamic State families flee camps and Kurds strike deal with Syria
Defense Secretary Mark Esper says President Trump has ordered U.S. troops to leave northern Syria and stay out of Turkey's assault on the Kurds.

Top Stories - Google NewsOct 13, 2019
Kurdish forces strike deal with Assad's army in northern Syria - Business Insider
Kurdish forces strike deal with Assad's army in northern Syria  Business InsiderTurkish airstrikes in Syria reportedly target journalist convoy, civilians; at least 9 dead  Fox NewsRetired Marine Gen. John Allen: 'There is blood on Trump's hands for abandoning our Kurdish allies'  CNNNo, Kurds and Turks Are Not ‘Natural Enemies,' Mr. Trump  The New York TimesJim Hanson: To halt fighting between Turkey and Kurds in Syria and prevent return of ISIS, US must do THIS  Fox NewsView full coverage on Google News

Yahoo NewsOct 13, 2019
Pentagon says up to 1,000 US troops to withdraw from northern Syria
The Pentagon said Sunday President Donald Trump had ordered the withdrawal of up to 1,000 troops from northern Syria -- almost the entire ground force in the war-torn country -- amid an intensifying Turkish assault on Kurdish forces. Defense Secretary Mark Esper said the move came after the US learned that Turkey was pressing further into Syria than expected. The Kurds -- with whom the US partnered to combat the Islamic State (IS) group -- later announced they had reached a deal with the regime in Damascus to deploy Syrian troops near the border to confront the Turkish offensive.

Yahoo NewsOct 13, 2019
Kurds strike deal with Syrian government amid Turkish onslaught
President Trump's decision to move U.S. troops from northern Syria, paving the way for Turkey to launch an assault against the Kurds, prompted the Kurds on Sunday to reach a protection deal with the Syrian government.Under this agreement, Syrian government troops will be able to enter Kurdish-controlled northeastern Syria for the first time in years, The New York Times reports. The United States and the Syrian Democratic Forces, a Kurdish-led militia, spent the last several years as allies, fighting against the Islamic State.There are still ISIS sleeper cells in Syria, and many fear that the Turkish invasion could lead to the terror group's resurgence. Thousands of suspected ISIS supporters are being held in prisons guarded by Kurds, and hundreds escaped during fighting on Saturday and Sunday. Two U.S. officials told the Times the military recently tried to transfer five dozen "high value" ISIS detainees, but feeling betrayed, the Kurds said no.The Syrian government, which counts Iran and Russia as its allies, said on Sunday it will fight the "Turkish aggression," while Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said his troops have control over about 70 square miles of territory in northern Syria. U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper on Sunday morning announced all American troops will withdraw from northern Syria, in order to stay out of the crossfire.

U.S. to pull last troops from north Syria; Syrian army to redeploy on border (Reuters Top News)
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