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Turkey bank says US using Iran sanctions over Syria offensiveEconomy

Turkey bank says US using Iran sanctions over Syria offensive

Turkey’s second largest state bank Halkbank has slammed the United States for using sanctions related to Iran over a current
Assad:  Syria will respond through all legitimate means to Turkish aggressionMiddle East

Assad: Syria will respond through all legitimate means to Turkish aggression

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad says the Damascus government will respond through all legitimate means available to the ongoing ground offensive
US VP Pence : Turkey to halt military operation against Kurds in N. Syria, ceasefire will last for 120 hoursSecurity

US VP Pence : Turkey to halt military operation against Kurds in N. Syria, ceasefire will last for 120 hours

Turkey has agreed to temporarily halt its military operation against Syria’s Kurdish-led militias, allowing them to withdraw from the country’s
Cases of chemical burns reported in Syria’s northSecurity

Cases of chemical burns reported in Syria’s north

Syrian state media say people from the war-torn northern Syrian town of Ras al-Ayn have been arriving at a hospital with burns
French Troops At Risk Of Being Surrounded In SyriaSecurity

French Troops At Risk Of Being Surrounded In Syria

French General Dominique Trinquand analyzed the situation of his country’s troops present in Syria. Since the beginning of the Syrian
Winners and Losers in the Turkish Attack on Kurds in SyriaPolitics

Winners and Losers in the Turkish Attack on Kurds in Syria

By Elijah J. Magnier President Donald Trump has given the orders to begin a “deliberate withdrawal” of his troops and end the
Why Withdrawing US Troops from Northern Syria Is GoodMiddle East

Why Withdrawing US Troops from Northern Syria Is Good

By Rick Sterling The foreign policy elite is in an uproar. They claim “we have abandoned our allies”. They question “how
Will Iran be the Next to Withdraw from Syria?Politics

Will Iran be the Next to Withdraw from Syria?

By Andrew Korybko The smoothness with which the US’ “sudden” withdrawal played out and the Pentagon’s decision not to militantly enforce