Russia Warns Syrian Kurds Must Pull Back or Face Turkish Army

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Evil………Evil Putin and Erdogan..Both of these so called men are killers, Putin executes his opponents supports worldwide terrorism and Erdogan is no better…This is no good for the future of the Middle East and the WORLD!……Russia taking the lead along with Turkey…….means horrible things are in-store

Russia warns Syrian Kurds must pull back or face Turkish army
Russia warned Syrian Kurdish YPG forces on Wednesday they face further armed conflict with Turkey if they fail to comply with a Russian-Turkish accord calling for their withdrawal from the entire length of Syria’s northeastern border with Turkey.

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