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More Russian military police arrive in Syria under peace deal with Turkey

Reuters Friday, 25 October 2019
Around 300 more Russian military police have arrived in Syria, the defense ministry said on Friday, under an accord between Ankara and Moscow which halted Turkey's military incursion into northeast Syria.
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