(The Washington Post)
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Esper: U.S. will leave forces in Syria to 'deny' the Islamic State 'access to oil revenue'
Defense Secretary Mark Esper said Oct. 25 that the United States would maintain a "reduced presence" in Syria, in a partial reversal of President Trump's withdrawal.
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