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Erdogan, Putin hold talks as truce in Syria set to expire

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Erdogan, Putin hold talks as truce in Syria set to expire

Erdogan, Putin hold talks as truce in Syria set to expire

Meeting comes hours before a five-day truce between Turkish and Kurdish-led forces in northeast Syria runs out.

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