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Syria must be freed from foreign military presence: Putin

Reuters Saturday, 12 October 2019
Syria must be freed from foreign military presence, Russian President Vladimir Putin according to Russian news agencies.
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Russian Forces Appear to Have Moved Into a Former US Base in Syria Video posted on social media by a Russian journalist traveling with Russian forces in Syria appears to have been filmed those inside the base located in Manbij. Oleg Blokhin, Russian journalist, via 'The Washington Post' A pro-Kremlin...

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