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More than 130,000 Kurdish refugees fled from ISIS forces into Turkey over the weekend. Now Turkey has clamped down on border crossings.

Turkey Closes Its Border After Syrian Refugee Surge

More than 130,000 Kurdish refugees fled from ISIS forces into Turkey over the weekend. Now Turkey has clamped down on border crossings.

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