A picture taken on May 30, 2018 shows a general view of destryoed buildings in a rebel-held area in the southern Syrian city of Daraa. / AFP / Mohamad ABAZEED
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The U.S. State Department Wednesday denied media reports that a deal had been reached between the United States and Turkey on a three-step plan for withdrawing the Syrian Kurdish YPG militia from Syria's Manbij.Turkey's state-run Anadolu news agency said the two countries had reached a technical agreement on the withdrawal plan, a move Turkey has long sought from the U.S.Turkey is outraged by U.S. support for the YPG militia, considering it a terrorist organization.The Syrian government, Kurdish militants, Syrian rebel groups, Turkey and the U.S. all have a military presence in northern Syria.
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