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New Turkish Operation In Syria ‘May Benefit Russia’ – Analysis

Eurasia Review Wednesday, 9 October 2019 ()
By Menekse Tokyay

Amid a gradual withdrawal of American troops from the Turkish-Syrian border, and tensions between the Turkish military and US-allied Syrian-Kurdish fighters, Moscow’s role is a matter of debate. Russia, a major player in Syria, supports President Bashar Assad’s regime, while Turkey supports rebels opposed...
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