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Turkey halts Syria foray after deals with Russia, U.S.

By Bloomberg
27 October 2019   |   12:57 pm
Russia and Turkey agreed to work together to take back large chunks of Syrian territory controlled by Kurdish forces once allied with the U.S., giving each country a bigger say in how postwar Syria will look. Onur Ant reports from Istanbul on "Bloomberg Surveillance."

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