Trained By U.S., Syrian Fighters Stumble As They Hit The Battlefield

Trained By U.S., Syrian Fighters Stumble As They Hit The Battlefield

By Alice Fordham

A few dozen moderate rebels were recently sent into northern Syria. But before they could go on their first mission, several were captured. It’s the latest sign of trouble with the program.

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