Transcript for Is the cease-fire along the Turkey-Syria border falling apart?
Now to the crisis in Syria. The question at this hour, will Turkey's tenuous pause in its offensive hold? ABC's foreign correspondent James Longman is in northern Iraq with the very latest on that cease-fire and the growing humanitarian crisis at the border there. James, good morning. Reporter: Good morning, whit. Yeah, Donald Trump has been touting his success but we've seen images of men, women and children injured in kurdish areas. Kurdish forces are saying Turkey has not stopped their attacks. Turkey says the fighting in northern Syria has stopped. Kurdish civilians tell a different story. President trump downplaying reports of violence after speaking with Turkey's president Friday. There was some sniper fire this morning, there was mortar fire this morning that was eliminated quickly. They're back to the full pause. Sometimes, you have to go through some pain before you can get a solution but theurds are very happy of it. Reporter: There's no evidence that. Even the senate majority leader is saying withdrawing forces from Syria is a grave, strategic mistake. The u.s./turkey brokered deal orders kurdish forces to pull out by Tuesday. The Turkish president warning if not they'll face a new and more determined offensive. The deal gives Turkey a stretch of the border roughly 20 miles into Syria, home to thousands of kurds but the kurds longtime allies of the U.S. Say they won't surrender their land calling it ethnic cleansing. Hundreds have been killed and hundreds of thousands displaced. There's a lot of anger against the united statein this camp. Just a few days ago these people were at home in Syria. They only feel they're here because of America. This man and his family escaped three days ago and on trump he's clear. "The man who leaves his supporters is a traitor." Well, the u.s./turkish brokered deal gives Turkey the right to monitor its own safe zone but the kurds say that's not good enough. They want international observers in northern Syria to keep the peace. Eva. James Longman in Iraq.
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