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Pence heads to Turkey as Erdogan rejects calls for ceasefire in Syria

US Vice President Mike Pence is traveling to Ankara to persuade President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to halt his military offensive in northeastern Syria. But Turkey has rejected calls for a truce.

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