'We're literally just watching people die': Montreal Kurdish community demands government action

More than 200 demonstrators gathered in Phillips Square in downtown Montreal Saturday, asking the Canadian government to take action as Turkish forces continue to attack northern Syria. The rally was one of several held across North America this week.

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