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Syria 'safe zone' deadline expires with Turkish threat looming

Reuters Tuesday, 1 October 2019 ()
Turkey's deadline to jointly establish a "safe zone" with the United States in northern Syria by the end of September has passed, leaving the threat of unilateral military intervention by Ankara hanging over the region.
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