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Turkish forces push deeper into Syria amid intense fighting

The Age Saturday, 12 October 2019 ()
In a complicating twist, Washington said its troops also came under fire from NATO ally Turkey, as it deployed more troops to defend regional ally Saudi Arabia.
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Turkish shelling continues near Syrian border villages on day two.

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