French President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech during the Artificial Intelligence for Humanity event in Paris, France, March 29, 2018. Etienne Laurent/Pool via Reuters
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The French presidency held talks Thursday with a Syrian delegation, including members of the Kurdish YPG militia, to discuss the situation in the north of country, Kurdish officials in Paris said.President Emmanuel Macron has faced growing criticism at home over its response to developments in northern Syria where Turkey launched its operation "Olive Branch" nearly two months ago to sweep Syrian Kurdish YPG militants from the border.Turkey, which stormed the northern Syrian town of Afrin last week, has repeatedly threatened to push its operations further east to Manbij where U.S. troops are stationed.
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