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Hundreds protest in Malmo against Turkey military offensive in Syria

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Hundreds protest in Malmo against Turkey military offensive in Syria

Hundreds protest in Malmo against Turkey military offensive in Syria

Hundreds took to the streets of Malmo, Sweden on Thursday night (October 10) to protest against the Turkish military offensive in Northern Syria.

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Hundreds protest in Malmo against Turkey military offensive in Syria

Hundreds took to the streets of Malmo, Sweden on Thursday night (October 10) to protest against the Turkish military offensive in Northern Syria.

The protesters also demonstrated against arms sales by Swedish companies to Turkey.




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