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Kurds in northern Syria plan to switch their alliances following President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw all American troops from northern Syria.
Now, Kurdish leaders are looking for support from the Syrian regime of Bashir al-Assad, who are largely aligned with Russian and Iranian forces.
The Kurds run detention facilities for over 11,000 ISIS fighters and camps for their children and families.
However, the withdrawal of American forces in the region has caused Turkey to begin attacking Kurds in Syria.
What does the switch in Kurdish allegiances mean for the stability of the region?
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