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Erdogan threatens to restart Syria offensive if Kurds fail to withdraw

France 24 Friday, 18 October 2019
Turkey's president on Friday warned that Ankara would restart its Syria offensive by next Tuesday if Kurdish forces do not withdraw from a "safe zone" as EU leaders slammed the terms of a ceasefire deal negotiated by Washington.
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Turkey's offensive into northeast Syria will end if Kurdish fighters in the region drop their weapons and withdraw from a planned "safe zone," President Tayyip Erdogan said on Wednesday, but warned that no power could stop it until then. Emily Wither reports.

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