Press TV: Duff Outlines Roles of Israel and Turkey in Azeri-Armenian Crisis

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  1. The major changes taking place in the post-coup period with Turkey will create opportunities for shifts is some of the long time animosities between some of the neighbors. The key will be if it starts with Syria first. But we have reports from the Russian command in Syria today that Turkey is allowing Al-Nusra reinforcements to enter the Aleppo fight from Turkey, which is not a good sign.

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