The Independent: US deploys troops to stop fighting in Syria - between two of its allies
Kurdish leaders appeal for no-fly zone over autonomous Rojava region as Turkish air strikes and artillery shells leave over 20 dead
The US has reportedly sent troops to the border between Turkey and the autonomous Kurdish region of northern Syria, in an apparent response to a spate of Turkish assaults on Kurdish targets.
The Turkish military launched air strikes against targets in the three self-governing cantons of Rojava this week, and have followed up with artillery and tank assaults.
Houses and schools have reportedly been damaged in subsequent attacks, and a media centre was also destroyed.
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Update #1: Tensions rise between Turkey, US along Syrian border -- AP
Update #2: US troops deployed at Syrian border to prevent clashes between Turkish & Kurdish forces (VIDEO) -- RT
Update #3: US troops patrolling Turkish-Syrian border -- The Hill
WNU Editor: There is a lot of truth to this analysis .... Turkey on a 'Collision Course' With the U.S. After Striking Kurdish Militias (Time)
Update: Another good analysis .... Turkey May Launch New Ground Offensive against US-Backed Forces in Syria (Jennifer Cafarella, ISW).