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Kurdish official says Turkey targeting civilians

Politico Wednesday, 9 October 2019 ()
Turkey has been massing troops for days in preparation for an attack against Kurdish fighters in northeast Syria that Ankara considers a terrorist organization.
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Turkey has intensified its assault on Syria in the fourth fay of Ankara's offensive against Kurdish forces. Maha Albadrawi reports.

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