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U.N. Security Council to discuss Syria on Thursday after Turkey takes military action - diplomats

Reuters India Wednesday, 9 October 2019 ()
The United Nations Security Council will meet on Syria behind closed-doors on Thursday, diplomats said, after Turkey launched a military operation against Kurdish fighters in the northeast of the country.
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