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Turkish troops arrive in Qatar for joint war games amid Gulf tensions – media

  • Mon, 19 Jun 2017 20:48
Preview The first batch of Turkish troops have arrived in Qatar for a ‘long-planned’ Turkish-Qatari military drill, local media reported citing a Qatari Defense Ministry statement. The move comes amid tensions between Doha and its Arab neighbors.
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