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France’s Macron accuses Turkey of ‘sometimes working with IS group proxies’ at NATO summit

France 24 Tuesday, 3 December 2019 ()
French President Emmanuel Macron accused Turkish forces of sometimes working with fighters linked to the Islamic State (IS) group in its operation in northern Syria.
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