Turkish military enters Syria to begin joint U.S. 'safe zone' patrol
Sunday, 8 September 2019
Turkish military vehicles crossed into northeast Syria on Sunday to begin planned joint U.S.-Turkey patrols to establish a "safe zone" along the border.
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