Turkish ambulances return from the Syrian border, in Karkamis, Turkey, Saturday, Aug. 27, 2016. (AP Photo/Halit Onur Sandal)
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Kurdish-backed fighters on Tuesday announced they have agreed to a U.S.-brokered ceasefire with Turkey in northern Syria for an unspecified period of time.The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said it was calm on the southern front of Jarablus, which Turkish forces captured from ISIS last week on the first day of their incursion into Syria.Hajo's comments came after a U.S. defense official told AFP in Washington that Turkish and Kurdish forces in northern Syria had reached a "loose agreement" to stop fighting each other.The Jarablus Military Council is backed by the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) alliance of Arab and Kurdish forces which this month drove ISIS out of Manbij, a town near the border with Turkey, with U.S. air support.
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