Turkey's Erdogan defends Syria incursion after wave of criticism
Thursday, 10 October 2019 () President Tayyip Erdogan defended Turkey's incursion into Syria on Thursday after a wave of international criticism, saying the military operation would support Syria's territorial integrity by confronting Kurdish control of the country's northeast.
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan took aim at the European Union and Arab powers Saudi Arabia and Egypt on Tuesday, which have voiced opposition to Turkey’s operation against Kurdish fighters in Syria. Emily Wither reports.
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