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Kurdish fighters pull out of Syrian border town while Erdogan expects US to 'keep promises'

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Kurdish fighters pull out of Syrian border town while Erdogan expects US to 'keep promises'

Kurdish fighters pull out of Syrian border town while Erdogan expects US to 'keep promises'

Kurdish fighters pull out of Syrian border town while Erdogan expects US to 'keep promises'

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