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Russia, Turkey reach deal to remove Kurdish YPG from Syria border

Reuters Tuesday, 22 October 2019
Syrian and Russian forces will deploy in northeast Syria to remove Kurdish YPG fighters and their weapons from the border with Turkey under a deal agreed on Tuesday which both Moscow and Ankara hailed as a triumph.
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