US-backed Syrian forces clearing IS remnants from villages

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BEIRUT — U.S.-backed Syrian forces were clearing two villages in eastern Syria on Thursday of remaining Islamic State militants who are hiding among the local population, and detaining others attempting to flee with the civilians, the U.S.-led coalition said. The coalition said the clearance operations were taking place in the villages of Shajalah and Baghouz, […]

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