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Hope Turkey will ‘act rationally’ in terms of operation in northern Syria, says Donald Trump

Hindu Thursday, 10 October 2019 ()
U.S. President said that he would consider moves tougher than sanctions if Ankara does not do the operations in northern Syria in as humane a way as possible
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News video: White House: Turkey to begin military operation in northern Syria

White House: Turkey to begin military operation in northern Syria 04:57

American troops 'will no longer be in the immediate area' casting uncertainty on the fate of their Kurdish allies.

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