Turkish FM rejects cease-fire by Kurdish rebels

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October 23, 2007 16:35

 
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Turkish Foreign Minister Ali Babacan rejected any cease-fire by Kurdish rebels Tuesday as he met with Iraqi leaders in Baghdad to press them to crack down on the guerrillas. Turkish forces massed on the border and tensions rose over a threatened military incursion. Babacan, speaking after meeting his Iraqi counterpart, said there are several ways to fight terrorism and Ankara would use them when appropriate as the buildup of troops along Turkey's border with Iraq continued with military helicopters airlifting commando units into the area overnight.

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