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Russia, Turkey and Iran express concern about militants in Syria's Idlib

Reuters Wednesday, 11 December 2019
Russia, Turkey and Iran are concerned about the increased presence of terrorist groups in Syria's Idlib province, the three countries said after talks in Kazakhstan, pledging to coordinate actions aimed at eliminating the militants.
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