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Erdogan says Kurdish fighters have not left Syria 'safe zone' despite U.S, Russia deals

Reuters Tuesday, 5 November 2019 ()
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday that the Syrian Kurdish YPG militia had not withdrawn from a planned "safe zone" in northeast Syria despite Turkey's agreements with the United States and Russia.
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News video: Uncertain future for religious minority in northeastern Syria

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Syrians contemplate going back to their cities but as fighting continues in the northeast it could be a dangerous decision.

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