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The first Turkish troops have crossed into northeastern Syria in preparation for a full-scale offensive to force back Kurdish militants controlling the border area, a Turkish official said, days after President Donald Trump said the U.S. wouldn’t stand in the way.

A small forward group of Turkish forces entered Syria early Wednesday at two points along the frontier, close to the Syrian towns of Tal Abyad and Ras al-Ayn, said the official, who spoke on condition of anonymity.

The article goes on to state the following:

Kurdish-led forces were on high alert and called on fighters to head for the frontier to defend the region against the Turkish offensive that is expected to involve tens of thousands of soldiers backed by tanks and armored personnel carriers from NATO’s second-largest army.

The article noted that the Kurdish YPG militia has been one of America’s closest partners in fighting ISIS is currently holding tens of thousands of jihadist fighters and their families in camps and detention centers in northeastern Syria. The agreement is that Turkey will not become responsible for the detainees. There are fears that they may be allowed to escape and regroup.

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