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Turkish forces in patrol shoot at protesters in Syria's Kobani: witness, Observatory

Reuters Tuesday, 12 November 2019 ()
Turkish forces conducting a joint patrol in northern Syria under a Russian-Turkish deal fired live rounds on Tuesday at protesters near the mainly Kurdish town of Kobani, a witness and a monitor said.
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Turkish forces are said to have fired live ammunition at protesters during a joint patrol with Russian troops on the Syrian border. A UK-based monitoring group says two protesters were killed, but the account has not been verified. Emily Spychal reports.

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