More Turkish Forces Enter Syria's Rebel-held Idlib

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More Turkish forces enter Syria's rebel-held Idlib

Written By Associated Press Television News | Mumbai | Updated On:

STORY: Syria Turkey Convoy - More Turkish forces enter Syria's rebel-held Idlib

LENGTH: 01:28

FIRST RUN: 0918

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TYPE: Natsound

SOURCE: ASSOCIATED PRESS

STORY NUMBER: 4253356

DATELINE: 7 January 2020 - Northern Idlib

RESTRICTION SUMMARY: AP CLIENTS ONLY

SHOTLIST:

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Northern Idlib - 7 January 2020

++NIGHT SHOTS++

1. Various of Turkish military convoy

2. Convoy on road filmed from moving vehicle

3. Turkish armoured vehicles drive by

STORYLINE:

Several Turkish armoured vehicles, including tanks, were seen entering rebel-controlled Syria in the early hours of Friday.

The entry of the convoy, at least the second in a week, follows an increase in fighting in the rebel zone and a rare clash between Turkish and Syrian government forces that killed at least 7 Turkish and 13 Syrian personnel.

Turkey maintains several observation posts in in the northwestern Idlib province to monitor a ceasefire that unravelled in recent weeks under Syria government attacks against rebel-held towns.

Some of the observations posts are now behind Syrian lines following recent advances by government forces, and Turkey has vowed to do everything to protect its troops.

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