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Turkish battle plan for Syria shaky despite Trump’s promised pullout

Turkish Army vehicles and tanks wait near the Syrian border in Suruc on February 23, 2015 as almost 600 Turkish troops pushed deep into Syria in an unprecedented incursion on February 22, relocating a historic tomb and evacuating the soldiers guarding the monument after it was surrounded by Islamic State (IS) jihadists. The Damascus government, which no longer controls the area in Aleppo province but is at loggerheads with Ankara over the Syria conflict, lashed out at what it described as a "flagrant aggression" on Syrian territory. AFP PHOTO / ILYAS AKENGIN (Photo credit should read ILYAS AKENGIN/AFP/Getty Images)
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