US threatens sanctions, tells Turkey to cease military operation

A Turkish shell landed close to a U.S. Special Forces post in Syria, but troops were not injured; the Pentagon previously said Turkey knew the location of all U.S. bases.
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Late today, the explosion near U.S. Forces in Syria. Turkey says it was a response to terrorists, saying they were not targeting U.S. Troops. Ian Pannell in Syria for us again tonight. Reporter: A narrow miss for U.S. Special forces in Syria, as a Turkish shell lands nearby. The troops uninjured. The Turkish military is fully aware of the locations of U.S. Reporter: And Turkish shells also landing near one of the prisons holding ISIS militants. Raising fears of a breakout. And further proof of the ongoing threat from ISIS when a massive car bomb exploded in a kurdish border town. Tell that to the 100,000 people now on the move. Homeless, hungry, and scared. One voicing his anger at America. "Trump said we're allies. No, we're not, if they're allowing Turkey to bombard us." This underlines the grave dangers faced by American forces and civilians across northern Syria right now. Ian, thank you. Even as U.S. Troops have

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