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Syria says no dialogue with U.S.-backed Kurdish forces who 'betrayed' their country

Reuters India Thursday, 10 October 2019 ()
Syria's deputy foreign minister Faisal Maqdad on Thursday attacked U.S.-backed Kurdish led forces saying they had betrayed their country and accused them of a separatist agenda that gave Turkey a pretext to violate his country's sovereignty.
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