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October 20, 2015 7:24 PM

Syrian Arab militias dispute they received U.S. airdrop of ammunition

U.S. officials have said the Oct. 11 airdrop was destined for Syrian Arab fighters

Two top Arab commanders say they didn’t receive any – and don’t know who did

Question of whether Arabs or Kurds were recipients is key to Turkey

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