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Turkey, U.S. discuss steps for Syria 'safe zone' after Turkish offensive: NTV

Reuters Wednesday, 9 October 2019 ()
Senior Turkish and U.S. officials discussed measures for the formation of a "safe zone" in northeastern Syria and possible steps after a Turkish offensive in the region, broadcaster NTV said on Wednesday, as Ankara poised to launch its operation.
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Civilians were caught in the crossfire as soon as the Turkish offensive began, and hundreds of thousands are expected to flee because of the fighting.

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