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Turkey Syria offensive: Guarding IS prisons no longer a priority, say Kurds

BBC News Saturday, 12 October 2019 ()
Kurdish forces under attack from Turkey in Syria say they need to focus on protecting their cities.
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News video: Kurds and Londoners gather to protest Turkish invasion of northern Syria

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Kurds and Londoners alike gathered to protest the Turkish invasion of northern Syria in London.

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