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Crowd pelts with stones Turkish-Russian patrol in Syria - local media

Reuters India Tuesday, 5 November 2019
Turkish and Russian troops on Tuesday began their second joint patrol in northern Syria near Kobani, under a deal that has forced a Kurdish militia away from Turkey's border, while local media released footage of angry crowds pelting a convoy with stones.
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People hurled stones and shouted at a Turkish-Russian military convoy on Friday (November 8) in the northeastern town of Maabadah, Syria. Emily Spychal reports.

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