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Published on Feb 11, 2020

Syrian governing administration forces have killed 5 Turkish troopers in an attack in northwestern Syria – the 1st significant clash amongst the two sides.

Turkey’s military services says it has killed far more than a hundred Syrian authorities troopers in Idlib province in retaliation for the deaths of its troops.

Syrian soldiers are making an attempt to recapture the last rebel-held province but Turkey is striving to counter this progress as the assaults are sending far more Syrian refugees fleeing toward its borders.

In the meantime Syria’s ally, Russia has satisfied Turkish officers to obtain a diplomatic remedy to this crisis.

Al Jazeera’s Hashem Ahelbarra studies from Istanbul, Turkey.

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