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Turkish military struck Syria-Iraq border to cut supply lines: officials

Reuters Tuesday, 8 October 2019 ()
The Turkish military carried out strikes targeting the Syrian-Iraqi border overnight to prevent Kurdish forces using the route to reinforce northeast Syria, as Ankara prepares to launch an offensive there, two Turkish officials told Reuters on Tuesday.
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