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Turkish President claims N. Iraq and N. Syria as part of Turkey; has troops and armor in these areas

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Submitted by Michael S, Oct 24, 2016 at 01:33

Hello, Daniel

Perhaps the dam will have some significance in the future; but the most interesting thing to happen lately concerning Mosul, is Turkey's President Erdogan's claiming both Mosul, Iraq and Aleppo, Syria as Turkish territory:

https://engineeringevil.com/2016/10/17/turkey-claims-the-iraqi-city-of-mosul-belongs-to-them/

NOTE: THE ABOVE CONTAINS A MAP, WHICH EXPLICITLY SHOWS TURKISH CLAIMS.

A year ago, one could dismiss this as bluster; but now, Turkey has troops and tanks on the ground in both Iraq and Syria.

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