Turkey has consented to a truce in northern Syria to let Kurdish-drove powers pull back.
The arrangement came after US Vice-President Mike Pence and Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan met for talks in Ankara.
All battling will be delayed for five days, and the US will help encourage the withdrawal of Kurdish-drove troops from what Turkey terms a “sheltered zone” on the outskirt, Mr Pence said.
It is misty if the Kurdish YPG will completely go along, in any case.
Administrator Mazloum Kobani said Kurdish-drove powers would watch the understanding in the zone between the bordertowns of Ras al-Ayin and Tal Abyad, where battling has been furious.
“We have not examined the destiny of different zones,” he said.
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UK-based war screen the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) said conflicts were proceeding in Ras al-Ain notwithstanding the truce declaration.
It said 72 regular citizens had been killed inside Syria and more than 300,000 uprooted in the course of recent days.