Troops in northeast Syria pulled back by the U.S.

Troops in northeast Syria pulled back by the U.S.

Troops from the northeast Syria border were pulled back by the United States of America on Monday. This move opened the path for a Turkish strike on Kurdish-led forces. U.S. President Donald Trump said this move could be a step towards quitting endless wars.

David
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porcus
porcus 4 months

When should the US withdraw then? Or do the GOP leaders want to support a war in the middle east in order to establish a new Kurdish nation?

Avi Khait
Avi Khait 4 months

This was Trump's preelection promise, so no surprise. I am sure if he decided for the troops to stay, there would be equal amount of wallowing. All that said, I hope we do not simply abandon our ally. I feel awful for the Kurds, Erdogan cannot be trusted around them.

Shelly
Shelly 4 months

Good, we don't belong there in the first place.

Adam Marceau
Adam Marceau 4 months

this is blown out of proportion there where only 50 troops there in a advisory role

tenoclock
tenoclock 4 months

Good.

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