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A US soldier oversees members of the Syrian Democratic Forces as they demolish a YPG fortification S

US coalition denies reported rocket attack in Syria

This is not the first time disinformation was used to claim that pro-Iran groups had struck US facilities.

Who is undermining US-backed forces in Deir Ezzor and Euphrates area?

It’s a complex area and many countries have an interest in keeping it quiet – or making it boil with tensions.

A MEMBER of ISIS waves the group’s flag in Raqqa recently

Eleven-year-old boy kidnapped by ISIS mother returns to Italy after five years

The woman made her son take part in ISIS training, saying she wanted to turn him into a "martyr."

A fire is seen in the Syrian town of Ras al-Ain as seen from the Turkish border town of Ceylanpinar,

Syria's Kurdish-led SDF says worked with U.S. on 'successful, historic operation'

SDF commander Mazloum Abdi said on Twitter an "historic, successful operation" resulted from joint intelligence work with the U.S.

YPG (Kurdish People's Protection Units) is written over a wall painting of ISIS flag inside a house,

U.S. needs SDF to keep guarding its ISIS prisoners

Today, that problem is even more acute as the US weighs how to leave Syria.

AN ISIS fighter uses his phone to  lm a military parade in Syria’s northern Raqqa province in 2014

Trump: We took the ISIS ‘Beatles’ out of Syria

Trump calls the "Beatles" – whose name he misspelled – the “worst of the worst.” The men were so named because they are alleged to be part of a UK ISIS team.

A Turkish military helicopter flies over as Turkish and U.S. troops return from a joint U.S.-Turkey

Turkish forces seize targets in Syria offensive

"Our heroic commandos taking part in Operation Peace Spring are continuing to advance east of the Euphrates (river)," the Defence Ministry wrote on Twitter. "The designated targets were seized."

Turkish soldiers walk together during a joint U.S.-Turkey patrol, near Tel Abyad, Syria

Syrian sources claim Turkey attacked in Iraq, not Syria

The attacks come after the US announced that it would withdraw from Syria as Turkey prepares for a military operation to create a "safe zone" in northern Syria.

Protest against President Bashar al-Assad in the tribal province of Deir al-Zor, July 2011

Hundreds of protestors demand Iranian militias leave east Syria

The protestors also called for the international coalition and the Syrian Democratic Forces to take control of the area.

Turkey’s latest threat: Give us safe zone or we send refugees to EU

Erdogan threatens: "... we will have to open the gates [to Europe].Either you support us or no one should feel sorry. We would like to host 1 million refugees in the safe zone.”

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