(Worthy News) - Syrian President Bashar Assad is threatening to attack a region held by U.S.-backed Kurdish fighters in northeastern Syria if talks fail to bring the area back under Damascus' authority.
Assad said in an interview with Russia Today television which aired on Thursday that the U.S. troops, who operate air bases and outposts in the Kurdish-administered region, will have to leave country.
He says he has opened the door to negotiations with the Kurdish-run administration while also preparing to "liberate by force." [ Source: Fox News (Read More...) ]
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