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Turkish offensive in Syria: US president Donald Trump welcomes truce between Turkey and Kurds

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Turkish offensive in Syria: US president Donald Trump welcomes truce between Turkey and Kurds

Added on the 18/10/2019 13:11:08 - Copyright : France 24 EN

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