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Migrants head for Greece after Turkey says it can no longer hold them

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Migrants head for Greece after Turkey says it can no longer hold them

Migrants head for Greece after Turkey says it can no longer hold them

Turkey said it could no longer hold migrants after 33 of its soldiers were killed in a Syrian government airstrike in Idlib.

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