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Two killed, 12 wounded in Turkish border town after YPG attack: governor

Reuters Tuesday, 15 October 2019
Two people were killed and 12 were wounded on Tuesday after the Syrian Kurdish YPG militia launched a mortar attack on Turkey's border town of Kiziltepe, according to the governor's office in the Turkish province of Mardin.
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