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U.S. senators press for sanctions on Turkey if it is violating Syria ceasefire

Reuters Wednesday, 6 November 2019 ()
Republican and Democratic U.S. senators asked President Donald Trump's administration on Wednesday to let them know - and to respond with touch sanctions - if reports are true that Turkey is violating a ceasefire agreement in Syria.
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