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Hoping to push Trump on Syria, U.S. lawmakers offer Turkey sanctions bills

Reuters Thursday, 17 October 2019
Republican and Democratic U.S. lawmakers called for more sanctions on Turkey on Thursday over its offensive in Syria, saying they hoped to push Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan - and U.S. President Donald Trump - to change course.
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