Turkey on Saturday sharply criticized a US plan to put observation posts in northern Syria so as to help prevent clashes between Turkish forces and a Kurd militia backed by Washington.
Turkey protests US observation posts in north Syria
A file photo of a convoy of Turkish forces near the village of Kafr Karmin, some 35 km west of Aleppo, on January 30, 2018. (AFP)
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