Turkey and Russia have launched joint ground patrols in northeastern Syria. The operation is part of a deal struck by the countries to end Turkey's offensive against Kurdish militias in the border region and is conducted to remove the Kurdish fighters from the area. The patrols will begin within a 10 kilometer zone along the border. The step cements the power shift in Syria one month after President Trump withdrew US forces from the region.
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