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U.S. senator plans 'sanctions from hell' to hit Turkey over Syria operation

Reuters Wednesday, 9 October 2019 ()
A leading U.S. Republican senator said he plans to introduce a package of "devastating" sanctions to hit Turkey over its military operation in northeast Syria, expressing concerns over the fate of Kurds in the area.
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