Erdoğan: Syrian regime to pay 'heavy price' for attacking Turkish soldiers
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Erdoğan: Syrian regime to pay 'heavy price' for attacking Turkish soldiers

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Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday the Syrian regime will pay a "very heavy price" for attacking Turkish troops in northwest Syria's Idlib region, where 13 soldiers have been killed in just over a week, prompting a retaliation.

"We gave the necessary responses to the Syrian side at the highest level. Especially in Idlib, they got what they deserved. But this is not enough, it will continue," he said in a speech, adding he would announce on Wednesday a detailed plan on how to handle developments in Idlib.

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