Kurds in Syria

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Gen. Mazloum Abdi, commander of the Syrian Democratic Forces, reportedly credited a Kurdish source for providing vital information in the fatal raid.
The host of HBO's "Last Week Tonight" gives Trump's favorite show a new motto.
Clinton voters are now more than three times as likely as Trump voters to say the U.S. has a responsibility in Syria.
“Let someone else fight over this long-bloodstained sand,” the president said.
“We have a great relationship with the Kurds, but we never agreed to, you know, protect the Kurds,” he said.
Kurdish civilians showed they were crushed by the betrayal of President Donald Trump's withdrawal of American forces from Syria ahead of Turkey's invasion.
Both sides have accused each other of repeatedly violating the U.S.-brokered cease-fire.
At least six Kurds, including children, reportedly suffered severe burns.
Pulling out of Syria is a "grave strategic mistake," the Senate majority leader warned in an op-ed.
"The Daily Show" dug up the president's comments last year that he would "never forget" the Kurds' sacrifice in the battle against ISIS.
They huffed and they puffed and, well, they’re still not standing up to Trump.
White evangelicals have stuck by Trump through allegations of sexual assault, racism and corruption. But leaders have decried his decision to withdraw troops from northern Syria.
The Syrian government began deploying on Monday in a major victory for President Bashar al-Assad and his principal ally Russia.
Kurdish forces will work with the Syrian government to fend off Turkey’s invasion, a major alliance shift after Trump ordered U.S. troops out of the area.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said Turkey-backed groups had killed nine civilians, including Hervin Khalaf, secretary general of the Future Syria Party.
But President Trump says it’s OK for Turkey and the U.S.-allied Kurds to fight. "Let them!" he tweeted.
Defense Secretary Mark Esper isn’t saying how many U.S. troops will leave the north, but he says they represent most of the 1,000 troops in Syria.
A U.S. military official said the situation across northeastern Syria was "deteriorating rapidly."
Kurds have come to deeply value their collective memory. The next generation won't forget U.S. support for Turkey's bloody move into Syria.