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Former UK military chiefs condemn Trump's 'awful' Syria decision – and its ramifications

Independent Tuesday, 15 October 2019
Security vacuum left by departing US troops – which also means UK has to leave – opens up space for Isis to regroup, generals warn, and will be boost to Russia and Iran
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