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Russia sees at least 100 civilians leaving eastern Ghouta on Thursday

Reuters Thursday, 15 March 2018
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia expects at least 100 civilians on Thursday to leave Syria's eastern Ghouta area, where another ceasefire has been declared, Interfax news agency reported.
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The UN resident coordinator in Syria says the evacuation of civilians from eastern Ghouta, including people with medical conditions, is expected today. It follows reports of an agreement between Syrian ally Russia and the largest rebel group that would allow the wounded to leave. It comes amid new...

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