Ahead of offensive, Turkey says it strikes Syria-Iraq border

Ahead of offensive, Turkey says it strikes Syria-Iraq border

Turkey’s military struck the Syrian-Iraqi border to prevent Kurdish forces using the route to reinforce northeast Syria, as Ankara prepared to attack there following a surprise U.S. troop pullback, Turkish officials told Reuters on Tuesday. Chris Dig
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