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Thousands protest in Germany over Turkish offensive in Syria

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Kurdish militia are making overtures toward Damascus and Moscow as Turkish jets pound their territory in Syria and the U.S. withdraws. It marks a new chapter in the war’s tangle of alliances. Matthew Larotonda reports.

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