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Syria says it does not want to fight with Turkey

Reuters Tuesday, 18 June 2019
Syria does not want to see fighting with Turkey, its foreign minister said on Tuesday, after Turkey said one of its posts in Syria's Idlib region was attacked from an area controlled by Syrian government forces.
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Turkey says its forces were attacked for the second time in three days on Sunday, and it has responded with heavy weapons.

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