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Turkey blames Kurdish militia after deadly bombing in Syrian town

Reuters Saturday, 2 November 2019
A car bomb killed a dozen people and injured 30 on Saturday in a market of a Syrian border town that Turkish-backed forces seized last month, prompting Ankara to blame the Kurdish YPG militia it had targeted in its incursion.
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