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U.S. announced attack on al-Qaeda in Syrian Idlib

About 40 people died as a result of a missile strike in a jihadist training camp
21:07, 1 September 2019
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The US attacked the leaders of al-Qaeda in the Syrian province of Idlib, controlled by the rebels. This was reported by US Central Command, as BBC informed.

"The operation was directed against those responsible for attacks that threaten US citizens, our partners, and innocent civilians," US military officials said.

At the same time, other reports say that about 40 people died as a result of a missile strike in a jihadist training camp.

The blow was struck immediately after the Syrian government forces began a ceasefire in Idlib.

Silence regime was established on the front line after the unilateral ceasefire at 06:00 (03:00 GMT), with the support of Russia.
 
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Turkey warned that it would begin an operation to create a “safe zone” in northeastern Syria if negotiations with the US on this issue fail.

"Within a few weeks, if our soldiers do not actually begin to control this area, we will have no choice but to implement our own action plans," said Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

Ankara and Washington are in conflict over disagreements on a future region where US-backed Kurdish Self-Defense Forces are fighting against the so-called Islamic State.

Turkey considers them a terrorist group.

At the beginning of the month, Kurdish forces in northeastern Syria began to leave territories along the border with Turkey.
 
 
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