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Kurds protest against Turkish threats in Syria's Qamishli

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Kurds protest against Turkish threats in Syria's Qamishli

Kurds protest against Turkish threats in Syria's Qamishli

Syrian Kurds in the northeastern Syrian Kurdish-majority city of Qamishli take to the streets to protest against Turkish threats, amid speculations of an upcoming ground operation.


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