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Erdogan: Russia has told Turkey that Kurdish fighters have withdrawn from north Syria

Reuters Tuesday, 29 October 2019
Russian officials have conveyed to Turkish authorities that the Syrian Kurdish YPG militia has withdrawn from a strip of land on the Syrian-Turkish border within a 150-hour deadline set by Ankara and Moscow, President Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday.
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