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Turkish police investigate Kurdish leaders, fire water cannon at protesters

Reuters Thursday, 10 October 2019 ()
Turkish police launched criminal investigations of Kurdish lawmakers and detained dozens of people for using social media to question the military's cross border incursion into Syria, in a crackdown against those who criticized the assault.
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