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EU's Tusk: Turkey's actions in Syria may lead to humanitarian catastrophe

Reuters Friday, 11 October 2019
European Council President Donald Tusk said on Friday that Turkey must understand the EU's concerns that Turkey's actions in Syria may lead to a humanitarian crisis.
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