Netanyahu condemns 'Turkish invasion of Kurdish areas' in Syria

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday condemned Turkey's military incursion against a Kurdish militia in northeast Syria and cautioned about the possibility of ethnic cleansing.
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