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Erdogan and Putin meet as Syria offensive pummels Idlib

By DW
16 September 2019   |   2:54 pm
Turkey says the Russian-backed Syrian offensive violates a truce deal between Moscow and Ankara. The advance has exacerbated Syria's humanitarian disaster and threatened Turkey with mass refugee flows.

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