America’s army ally in Syria has change into an necessary provider of crude oil to the regime of President Bashar al-Assad, displaying the gaps in efforts by Washington to place financial stress on a authorities it opposes.

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The Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces, or SDF, is delivering oil to Qatirji Group, a Syrian dealer focused by U.S. and European sanctions for supplying gasoline to Mr. Assad’s authorities, stated an individual aware of U.S. intelligence and a tanker-truck driver transporting the crude.

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