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Kurds protest Turkish and Russian forces in Syria

CBS News Saturday, 9 November 2019
The president of Turkey is set to visit Washington next week and protests are expected over Turkey's invasion into Syria and the slaughter of America's abandoned Kurdish allies. As Charlie D'Agata reports, Kurds in Syria are fighting back.
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News video: Turkish forces in Syria fired on protesters: witness

Turkish forces in Syria fired on protesters: witness 01:40

Turkish forces are said to have fired live ammunition at protesters during a joint patrol with Russian troops on the Syrian border. A UK-based monitoring group says two protesters were killed, but the account has not been verified.

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