U.S. Setting up "Observation Posts'' along Turkey-Syria Border
The U.S. military will set up observation posts along the border of Turkey and Syria to observe and report militant forces moving in the area, The Hill reports.
At a press briefing, Defense Secretary James Mattis said the posts aim to reduce tensions between U.S.-aligned Kurdish forces and Turkish authorities, who have accused some Kurdish forces of involvement in terrorist attacks in Turkey.
“Turkey, a NATO ally, has legitimate concerns about terrorist threats and from where they’re emanating,” Mattis said Wednesday. “We don’t dismiss any of their concerns.”
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