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Syrian Kurdish YPG has withdrawn from some border positions - Kurdish authority

Reuters Tuesday, 27 August 2019
The Syrian Kurdish YPG militia has pulled forces and heavy weapons from some positions at the border with Turkey, showing its commitment to ongoing talks, the Kurdish-led authority running much of north and east Syria said.
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