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Migrants head for Greece after Turkey says it can no longer hold them

Video credit: euronews (in English)
Published on February 29, 2020 - Duration: 00:50s

Migrants head for Greece after Turkey says it can no longer hold them

Turkey said it could no longer hold migrants after 33 of its soldiers were killed in a Syrian government airstrike in Idlib.

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