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Turkey, Russia hold second joint north Syria patrol, near Kobani

Reuters Tuesday, 5 November 2019 ()
Turkish and Russian troops in armored vehicles on Tuesday began their second joint ground patrol in northern Syria near the town of Kobani, under a deal that has forced a Kurdish militia away from Turkey's border.
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