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Turkey says will provide services to areas taken from YPG milita in northeast Syria

Reuters Monday, 7 October 2019
Turkey will provide services to the areas it takes from the Syrian Kurdish YPG militia in northeast Syria, President Tayyip Erdogan's communications director said on Monday, as Ankara gears for a military incursion in the region.
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