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Turkey Launches Airstrikes On Northern Syria

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Turkey Launches Airstrikes On Northern Syria

Turkey Launches Airstrikes On Northern Syria

Turkey has started targeting Kurdish fighters in northern Syria, just days after President Trump pulled back U.S. troops from the area.

CBS2's Mary Calvi reports

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