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Turkey vows to drive Syrian forces back from Idlib

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Turkey vows to drive Syrian forces back from Idlib

Turkey vows to drive Syrian forces back from Idlib

President Erdogan says Ankara will 'not take a smallest step back in Idlib' against Syrian forces.


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