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there's an eerie quiet to the turkish border but it's unlikely to last for long turkey now sending in more troops and special forces here to its border with syria well this is why they're coming nnnnn the fiercest fighting for years raging in aleppo could just two hours drive away the fifth a turkey that this could spill over will send a fresh wave of refugees heading for the border five senate hooked on the base correct that we have taken precautions to protect our border if there's any circumstance across the border that threatens turkish security orders to act have been given anything to dalton object bought t. said tucking isn't planning to actually cross the border at least not yet ankara's hinted it once a buffer zone on the syrian side to stop advances by islamic state and syrian kurds that turkey sees as a threat , so far government sources telling reuters that just discussing it with partners with little appetite for a mission that watson turkey in alone