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Turkish howitzers hit Kurdish militia bases: security source

Reuters Wednesday, 9 October 2019
Turkish howitzers started hitting bases and ammunition depots of the Kurdish YPG militia on Wednesday after Turkey launched an offensive targeting the group in northeast Syria, a Turkish security source said.
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News video: Turkey says to launch military incursion in northern Syria

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President Tayyip Erdogan says Turkish forces will intervene in northern Syria, after warning the United States it had done too little to expel its Kurdish allies from the border area. Lucy Fielder reports.

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