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Turkey, Russia begin joint patrols in northeast Syria

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Turkey, Russia begin joint patrols in northeast Syria

Turkey, Russia begin joint patrols in northeast Syria

Turkish and Russian troops began their first joint ground patrols in northeast Syria on Friday under a deal between the two countries that forced a Kurdish militia away from territory near Turkey&apos;s border.

Emily Wither reports.

Emily Spychal reports.

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