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Syrian troops pressure rebels in Ghouta as Turkey hammers Afrin

Sydney Morning Herald Sunday, 18 March 2018
Syrian troops have captured a major rebel stronghold east of the capital Damascus and taken large parts of another.
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News video: Assad visits troops in Ghouta as civilians flee

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Syrian President Bashar al-Assad was in Eastern Ghouta on Sunday, visiting regime forces as they increase their foothold in the previously rebel-held area. Assad told the cheering trooops they were "fighting in the whole world's battle" against terrorists. He had driven to the region in his car,...

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