Syria's Idlib faces humanitarian disaster as offensive looms

Turkey wants to ensure offensive against last remaining rebel-held province will be as limited as possible.

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    The future of Syria is being debated between Iran, Russia and Turkey as their leaders meet in Tehran on Friday.

    Prominent on the agenda is the fate of Idlib - the last remaining rebel-held province in Syria - where a major government offensive is expected.

    Turkey, fearing a mass exodus of civilians towards its border, is trying to ensure the offensive will be as limited as possible.

     

    Al Jazeera’s Stefanie Dekker reports.


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