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Turkey-Russia patrols start amid protests on Syrian highway

Japan Today Sunday, 15 March 2020
Turkish and Russian troops began joint patrols Sunday on a key highway in northwestern Syria, Turkey’s Defense Ministry said, while both the Russian government and Syrian opposition activists…
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News video: Russia, Turkey begin joint patrols along Syria's M4 highway

Russia, Turkey begin joint patrols along Syria's M4 highway 02:52

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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