U.S.-allied militia says to hand over villages to Syrian govt

A U.S.-allied militia in northern Syria said on Thursday it had agreed to hand over villages on the front line with Turkey-backed rebels to Syrian government control under an agreement with Russia.

The villages are located west of the town of Manbij and have been a focus of fighting in recent days between the Turkey-backed rebels and the Manbij Military Council, the U.S.-allied militia.

It been revealed today that the Syrian Democrat forces are in talks with Russia in order to hand over the Syrian Government all the areas that between the zone of the Syrian Democrat forces control and the areas that under Turkey’s backed Shield of Euphrates forces control, for the Syrian government army separate both sides from direct contact.