Al Jazeera: Turkey threatens more strikes on US-allied Syrian Kurds
Erdogan says more action possible against YPG fighters in Syria, insisting US support for Kurdish group must end.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Sunday said Ankara was "seriously saddened" by footage showing US military vehicles operating close to the border with Syrian Kurdish fighters, threatening further military action against a group Turkey sees as "terrorists".
His comments came amid rising tensions over the weekend along the border, with both Ankara and Washington moving armoured vehicles to the area.
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