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Turkish-led forces advance into Syrian border town, fighting rages

Reuters India Sunday, 13 October 2019 ()
Turkish-backed Syrian rebels advanced into the border town of Ras al Ain in northeast Syria on Saturday but it was unclear how far, with Turkey saying it had taken the town centre, and Kurdish-led forces denying that and saying they were counter-attacking.
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News video: Turkish troops seize the centre of Syrian border town

Turkish troops seize the centre of Syrian border town 02:21

Turkish forces take control of Ras al-Ain, defence ministry says in claim rebutted by Kurdish forces.

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