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Turkey has right to combat threats in Syria and Iraq: Erdogan

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ANKARA (Reuters) - President Tayyip Erdogan warned Iraq's prime minister he should "know his limits" after he criticized Turkey's military presence there and said the Turkish army, shaken by a failed coup bid, had not lost so much standing as to take orders from him.
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