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Turkish forces capture center of key Syrian border town

Denver Post Saturday, 12 October 2019 ()
Turkey's military said it captured a key Syrian border town under heavy bombardment Saturday in its most significant gain, as its offensive against Kurdish fighters pressed into its fourth day with little sign of relenting despite mounting international criticism.
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News video: Turkey target Syrian border town

Turkey target Syrian border town 02:49

A battle rages for key Syrian border town Ras al Ain as Turkey presses its military assault against Kurdish fighters in the region.

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