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Bulgaria calls for Turkey to halt military operation in Syria

Reuters Tuesday, 15 October 2019
Bulgaria told neighboring Turkey on Tuesday to call off its military offensive in northeast Syria, saying the violence could lead to rising numbers of migrants crossing the border and heighten the risk of a humanitarian crisis.
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