Oct 25, 2015

Turkey won’t allow Kurds to control northern Syria: Erdogan | David Icke

‘Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says Ankara will not allow Kurds to take control of northern Syria, accusing them of trying to grab land in the region. The Turkish president made the comments in a Saturday speech, condemning the recent merging of the Syrian town of Tal Abyad into an autonomous political structure established by

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