Sep 15, 2018

Pro-govt gains in Aleppo ahead of key Syria talks

Stria, AFP, 15 OCT. 2016 - Syrian pro-government forces used intense air strikes as cover for an advance in the battleground city of Aleppo ahead of fresh diplomatic talks on Saturday to end the conflict. A Syrian man carries a child as they await treatment at a hospital in the regime-held part of Aleppo, on October 13, 2016 The United States and Russia, which support opposite sides in the...

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