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Russia and Turkey cut short joint patrol in Syria's Idlib: Russian Defence Ministry

Reuters Monday, 23 March 2020 ()
Russia and Turkey were forced to cut short their second joint patrol in Syria's Idlib region on Monday due to security concerns, the Russian Defence Ministry said in a statement.
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