Turkey's Erdogan warns US it has 120 hours to get Kurdish fighters out of Syria
Turkey's President Erdogan threatened the US with just 120 hours to get the Kurds out of his 'safe zone' or attacks on Syrian border towns will resume. Recep Tayyip Erdogan said two million Syrian refugees who fled to Turkey during the brutal civil war could be moved into the area along the border once Kurdish fighters are expelled.Tusk said the peace deal agreed by Ergogan and Vice President Mike Pence yesterday was 'not a ceasefire' and is in fact a 'demand of capitulation for the Kurds'.
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