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Russia, Turkey agree steps to tackle militants in Syria's Idlib: Putin

Reuters Tuesday, 27 August 2019
President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday that Russia and Turkey had agreed steps to tackle militants in northwest Syria and "normalize" the situation there after a Syrian army offensive encircled rebel fighters and a Turkish military post.
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