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Kurdish children may be victims of possible chemical attack in Syria

Credit: CBS News- Published on October 18, 2019
Fighting in Syria continued, despite a ceasefire deal maded between the U.S. and Turkey. Meanwhile, Kurdish children may be victims of a possible chemical attack. Charlie D'Agata reports from Iraq.
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Published on October 18, 2019 -  03:17
Hundreds of Kurdish protesters rally outside US consulate in Thessaloniki, Greece
Hundreds of demonstrators gathered outside the US consulate in Thessaloniki, Greece on Thursday (October 17) to protest against the Turkish military operation in Northern Syria and the treatment of Kurdish allies by the US government. The protesters held Kurdistan flags and signs reading "Stop killing Kurdish children, Erdogan." On Thursday night, US Vice President Mike Pence announced he and Turkish President Erdogan agreed to a ceasefire halting Turkey's incursion into northern Syria.

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