TAKE A LOOK-Turkey's incursion into Syria

Oct 10 (Reuters) - Turkey pounded Kurdish militia in northeast Syria for a second day on Thursday, forcing tens of thousands of people to flee and killing dozens, in a cross-border assault on U.S. allies that has turned the Washington establishment against Donald Trump.

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LATEST HEADLINES > Thousands flee as Turkey pushes Syria assault > Syrian Kurdish official warns of IS jail break > Six killed in Turkey in mortar fire from Syria > Erdogan lambasts critics in fiery speech > Turkey investigates Kurd leaders, detains dozens > France calls for meeting of anti-IS coalition > Hungary urges EU talks with Turkey over migrants > Syrian Kurds outgunned but vow to inflict toll > Turkey opens assault; Republicans turn on Trump > Turkish lira tumbles through key level > US-backed Syrian forces halt operations vs IS > Abrupt policy shift is sign of Trump unchained > Trump threatens Turkey with 'decimated economy' ANALYSIS & BACKGROUND > Turkey's incursion may hurt its own economy > For Putin, assault a chance to up Mideast role > Assault has cruel economic logic for Turkey > With few options, Europe looks to limit damage > Assault may redraw map of Syrian war once again > FACTBOX-The Kurdish struggle for rights and land > Without advisers, Trump gets less predictable (Compiled by Andrew Heavens)

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