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US Troops May Be Headed To Syria

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US Troops May Be Headed To Syria

US Troops May Be Headed To Syria

The US military is weighing shifting a small number of additional troops to northeast Syria.

This will be as part of ongoing efforts to establish a buffer zone along the Syria-Turkey border.

CNN reports that the defense official said no decision had been made.

If any additional forces are sent to Syria they will likely be redeployed from elsewhere in the region.

The troops would patrol the proposed buffer zone, which the US calls a "security mechanism.

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