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National security adviser says U.S. "concerned" about war crimes in Syria despite Erdogan visit to White House

CBS News Sunday, 10 November 2019
National Security Adviser Robert O'Brien says the idea that the United States greenlighted Turkey's offensive on Kurdish forces in Syria is "false."
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