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German defense minister sets out Syria plan to NATO; Turkey, U.S. supportive

Reuters Thursday, 24 October 2019 ()
Germany's defense minister presented to NATO her proposal for a security zone in northern Syria on Thursday, receiving support from Turkey and the United States but also a warning from the alliance's chief it may involve the United Nations.
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