Russia and Turkey agreed to work together to take back large chunks of Syrian territory controlled by Kurdish forces once allied with the U.S., giving each country a bigger say in how postwar Syria will look. Onur Ant reports from Istanbul on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
Turkey is under growing criticism for its military incursion into Syria with Senators in Washington demanding immediate sanctions. President Erdogan says ground troops are now inside Syria after a wave of airstrikes on Kurdish forces. Bloomberg’s Joe Sobczyk reports on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia.”