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Turkey says Kurdish YPG still in Syria border area as deadline looms

Reuters Tuesday, 29 October 2019
Kurdish YPG forces have still not fully withdrawn from a strip of land in northeast Syria from which Ankara says they must leave, Turkey's defense minister was quoted on Tuesday as saying, hours before a deadline for their removal expires.
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