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Turkey will launch another Syria operation if area not cleared of Kurdish YPG: Anadolu

Reuters Monday, 18 November 2019 ()
Turkey's foreign minister said Ankara would launch a new military operation in northeast Syria if the area was not cleared of what he called terrorists, state-owned Anadolu agency reported on Monday.
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