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Russia watching closely after Turkish move on Syria safety zone: Kremlin

Reuters Wednesday, 2 October 2019 ()
The Kremlin said on Wednesday that Moscow was watching closely after Turkey said it would act alone on its plans to form a "safe zone" in the northeast of Syria, which is a close ally of Russia.
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