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Syria says joint U.S.-Turkish patrols violate country's sovereignty

Reuters Sunday, 8 September 2019
Syria condemned on Sunday joint U.S.-Turkish patrols in a border strip in the northeast of the country, saying it was a "flagrant violation" of its sovereignty, an official statement said.
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