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High stakes for Putin, Erdogan summit on northeast Syria

Seattle Times Monday, 21 October 2019
ISTANBUL (AP) — Turkey’s president is to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin this week in talks crucial to the outcome of Turkey’s latest incursion into northern Syria , and to the broader Syrian war. The stakes couldn’t be higher. An agreement between Putin — who has backed the Syrian government of Bashar Assad in Syria’s […]
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