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Convoy of Turkish-backed Syrian fighters arrives near the border with Syria

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A military convoy sent by Ankara transporting Turkish-backed Syrian fighters and military vehicles arrives in the Turkish town of Akcakale near the Syrian border, a day after president Recep Tayyip Erdogan launched an offensive in northern Syria. IMAGES

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