What's next in northern Syria as ceasefire ends

October 22, 2019

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Three men are shown, two wearing beards and all of them are looking down at their mobile phones.

Turkey-backed Syrian rebel fighters use their mobile phone near the border town of Tal Abyad, Syria, Oct. 22, 2019.

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Khalil Ashawi/Reuters

Five days ago, the Trump administration brokered what it called a "ceasefire" in the fighting in northern Syria. The fighting decreased, but never really stopped. Still, the truce lapses this afternoon. What comes next in the conflict in northern Syria? Plus, Canadian voters have given Prime Minister Justin Trudeau another term in office, but Trudeau lost his majority and will be forced to form a coalition to govern. And, the World Series starts Tuesday night and the lineups, as they are every year, are filled with Latino players. The Nationals have four regular players from the Dominican Republic, three from Venezuela and one from Cuba. We're looking at how the World Series is playing out in these nations.

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