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26 December 2015


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It would be interesting to know the price change in diesel west of that dam/bridgehead now that it has changed hands. We know IS has been selling diesel to rebels for a markup, but its trucks can't swim across that lake. Turkey should also expect to seeing a surge in refugees as the weather turns cold and fuel becomes scarce in Syria.

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