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Putin says Russia, Turkey agree on additional steps in Syria's Idlib

Reuters Tuesday, 27 August 2019
Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday that he and his Turkish counterpart Tayyip Erdogan have outlined additional joint measures aimed at rooting out "terrorists" in Syria's Idlib area.
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