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Turkey says botched assault on Iraq's Mosul would trigger refugee wave

ANKARA (Reuters) - Any mistake in a planned U.S.-backed operation to drive Islamic State from the Iraqi city of Mosul could result in hundreds of thousands of refugees and Turkey is concerned about reports of a Kurdish militant role in the plan, Turkey's presidential spokesman said on Thursday.
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