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U.S. tells Turkey withdrawal of Kurdish fighters complete: Turkish defense ministry

Reuters Tuesday, 22 October 2019
The United States told Turkey the withdrawal of Kurdish militants from the "safe zone" Ankara demands in northern Syria was complete, the Turkish defense ministry said in a statement early on Wednesday.
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