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Russia says Syrian Kurdish YPG to withdraw from Syrian border

Reuters Tuesday, 22 October 2019
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Tuesday that Moscow and Ankara had agreed that the Kurdish YPG militia would pull back 30 km (19 miles) from the Syrian border in a deal he heralded as one that would end the bloodshed in the region.
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News video: Kurdish fighters pull out of Syrian border town while Erdogan expects US to 'keep promises'

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The Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) said on Sunday it had pulled out all its fighters from the border town of Ras al Ain, while Turkish president Tayyip Erdogan said Turkey expects the US to keep its promises on a five-day truce.

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