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Syrian government attacks Turkish post in Idlib

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Syrian government attacks Turkish post in Idlib

Syrian government attacks Turkish post in Idlib

Turkey says its forces were attacked for the second time in three days on Sunday, and it has responded with heavy weapons.

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