Rival Powers Struggle to Gauge Trump’s Middle East Priorities

November 16, 2016 01:06 PM
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As Russian and Syrian government forces resume air attacks on Aleppo, there are growing fears among Syrian rebels that they may lose the support of the United States once President-elect Donald Trump takes office in January. Across the Middle East, rival powers are trying to digest the implications of Trump's election victory for the region - which remains beset by conflict in Syria, Iraq, Yemen and Libya. Henry Ridgwell reports.