September 20 2017
U.S. troops and allied Arab fighters have pulled out of a base in southern Syria, say rebel sources cited by Reuters.
They then relocated from the Zakf site near the Iraqi border to the larger Tanf base, about 40-50 miles away, said the sources on Tuesday.
The decision to move followed a deal between the U.S. and Russia to abandon the site, noted the New Arab.
“We have left the garrison after our allies reached an agreement with Russia to pull back to Tanf. We have moved...
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