Turkey building concrete wall on its Syrian border

August 2015
Journal of Turkish Weekly;8/17/2015, p54
The article reports on a plan by Turkish authorities to construct a concrete wall along the country's border with Syria following the recent wave of terrorist attacks that hit the southern border regions.


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