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Air and artillery strikes and risk of 'imminent humanitarian crisis' as Turkey launches Syrian offensive

SBS Wednesday, 9 October 2019 ()
The White House said the Turkish assault was a "bad idea".
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Turkey stepped up its air and artillery strikes on Kurdish militia in northeast Syria on Friday, escalating an offensive that has drawn warnings of humanitarian catastrophe. Anna Bevan reports.

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