Editor's Note: This article originally appeared on Radio Free Europe/Radio Free Liberty

Russian President Vladimir Putin says he and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan have made "momentous" decisions regarding Ankara's military offensive in northeast Syria, with both sides saying they had agreed to conduct joint military patrols in the tense region.

Russian and Turkish officials said a five-day U.S.-brokered truce had been extended for 150 hours, starting on midday on October 23, and that Kurdish militias would be required to clear out of a 30-kilometer buffer zone along the Turkish border.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin would never invade western Europe.

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It's not the progress we expected, but it's the progress we got: The Iraqi military the U.S. helped create is now dropping bombs on the ISIS terrorists the U.S. also helped create, in coordination with a homicidal tyrant we just bombed last week.

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The US, UK, and France's missile strike on Syria's suspected chemical weapons sites involved 105 missiles fired from air and sea to rain down thousands of pounds of explosives on three sites across the country - but Israeli intelligence officers reportedly called it a failure.

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Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Matthew Callahan

The Russian military will target areas in Syria occupied by American special forces and their local allies if Moscow’s troops come under fire from them again, the Russian Defense Ministry said on Sept. 21, escalating tensions between the two countries as the relatively straightforward mission to destroy ISIS gives way to a far more complex international situation.

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U.S. Air Force photo

A U.S. F-15E Strike Eagle fighter jet shot down an Iranian-made Shahed 129 drone that was armed and within firing range of coalition troops in southern Syria on June 20, according to representatives of Operation Inherent Resolve.

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