Nov 23, 2015

Syrian Troops Seize Territory From IS in Central Province - ABC News

Syrian troops backed by Russian airstrikes captured areas from the Islamic State group in the central province of Homs on Monday, in the latest push since the aerial campaign began nearly two months ago, state media and a monitoring group said. The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human...

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