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Turkey launches push into Syria, people flee as air raids, artillery hit border town

Reuters Wednesday, 9 October 2019 ()
Turkey launched a military operation against Kurdish fighters in northeast Syria on Wednesday just days after U.S. troops pulled back from the area, with air strikes and artillery hitting YPG militia positions around the border town of Ras al Ain.
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News video: Turkey begins ground offensive in northeastern Syria

Turkey begins ground offensive in northeastern Syria 03:07

Air raids and artillery fire pound border region before Turkish troops cross into Syria east of the Euphrates.

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