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Erdogan says Turkey cannot handle a new migrant wave from Syria

Reuters Sunday, 22 December 2019
Turkey cannot handle a fresh migrant wave from Syria, President Tayyip Erdogan said on Sunday, adding that European nations will feel the impact of such an influx if violence in Syria's Idlib region is not stopped.
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