Turkey says Iraqi border deployment a precaution, urges calm from Baghdad

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ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey's deputy prime minister said on Wednesday a military build-up on the border with Iraq was a precaution, not a threat, and urged the government in Baghdad to lower tensions after it warned Turkey would pay for any incursion.
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