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Kurdish-led SDF's political arm in U.S. repeats call for Syria no-fly zone

Reuters India Thursday, 10 October 2019 ()
A U.S. representative for the political arm of Kurdish-led fighters in northeast Syria on Thursday repeated a call to impose a no-fly zone amid a Turkish offensive in the area and urged the international community to help stop the attack.
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