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White House says ceasefire will 'takes time' at Syria-Turkey border

Reuters Friday, 18 October 2019
Implementing a ceasefire will take time, a White House spokeswoman said on Friday as machine-gun fire, shelling and smoke were observed at the Syria-Turkey border one day after top U.S. officials announced a truce.
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