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Syrian Refugees Who Resettled In Turkey May Have To Move Again

NPR Thursday, 7 November 2019
Turkish troops invaded northern Syria after the U.S. moved troops out of their way. Turkey says it might move more than a million Syrians back over the border into the "safe zone" it's creating.
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