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Russia, Turkey 'begin joint patrols' along Syria's M4 highway

Al Jazeera Sunday, 15 March 2020
The patrols are part of ceasefire deal reached by Ankara and Moscow to halt an escalation of violence in Idlib province.
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The patrols are part of ceasefire deal reached by Ankara and Moscow to halt an escalation of violence in Idlib province.

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