January 31 2019
The U.S. is looking for help from its allies to establish and enforce a buffer zone between Kurdish and Turkish forces in northern Syria, reports the Wall Street Journal.
There has been no response yet as talks are ongoing, a European diplomat told the newspaper. Australia, France and the U.K. are among the countries said to have been approached about the plan.
Under the proposal, partner forces would monitor a buffer zone in northern Syrian stretching 20 miles (32 km) south of...
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