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Russia, Turkey agree to coordinate on Syria after US pullout

MOSCOW: Russia and Turkey on Saturday agreed to coordinate ground operations in Syria after the shock announcement of a US military withdrawal, Moscow's top diplomat said. President Donald Trump's move has already hastened a shift in alliances with Syrian troops deployed Friday, December 28, in support of Kurdish forces around a strategic northern city. The Kurds, under threat from Ankara, had been supported by US forces. "Of course we paid special attention to new circumstances which appeared in connection with the…