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Trump pulls plug on CIA's Syrian "revolution"

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Bill van Auken says 'The ending of the CIA’s arming and funding of the largely spent Al Qaeda-linked “rebels” signals not an end to the conflict in Syria or any significant rapprochement with Moscow, but is rather part of the preparations for a wider war.'

I hope he is wrong.

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