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The US is accelerating its withdrawal from northern Syria, Britain enters the most critical week of Brexit so far, and a playoff between Astros and Yankees ends with an eleventh inning homerun.
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US forces withdraw from northern Syria as ISIS supporters flee the camp
The US military accelerated its plans to withdraw completely from Syria this weekend as the Turkish forces continued their advance in the north of the country ,
Kurdish troops turned to the Syrian government and Russia to seek relief on Sunday as a victory for Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad.
"Nobody supports us. That is why we have an agreement with the Russians and the Syrian government, "said Ismat Sheik Hassan, a Kurdish official who heads the Kobani military council.
In the meantime, the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) and the Syrian have reported Human Rights Observatory found that almost 800 members of a camp housing ISIS fighters had escaped after the Turkish bombardment.
Some Kurdish guards were forced to leave their posts due to fighting near a camp For displaced people near the city of Ain Eissa, a British Observatory spokesman told NBC News.
"It's now chaos in the camp and there are still people doing esc aping," Rami Abdulrahman said Sunday.
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Brexit enters the eleventh hour – literally
With the deadline for October 31st, Brexit's closing date, the stage for the crucial week is Britain's exit from the European Union since the referendum in June 2016, which started the saga.
The British Parliament officially reopened today with Queen Eliz Abeth II delivers a speech outlining the agenda for Prime Minister Boris Johnson's administration.
From there we can expect fireworks as the UK legislature then debates whether to accept the government's agenda set by the Queen, while British and E.U. Negotiators have continued to draft a final Brexit agreement to be presented to European leaders by Thursday.
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