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Russia denies that Syrian forces used chemical weapons in Duma

LATAKIA, Syria – Head of the Russian Center for Reconciliation of the Warring Sides in Syria Major General Yuri Yevtushenko said that Russia categorically denies that Syrian forces were responsible for the chemical weapon attack in East Ghouta’s Duma. “We strongly reject this information and confirm readiness after Douma is liberated from militants to send […]

BREAKING: Jaish al-Islam agree to leave Duma within 48 hours

EAST GHOUTA, Syria – Less than a day after Jaish al-Islam most likely conducted a false-flag operation with a chemical attack that has killed at least 70 civilians, they have agreed to leave the East Ghouta town of Duma. Duma is the last site controlled by terrorist organizations in the East Ghouta region, directly to […]

Over 30 hostages released because of military operations in East Ghouta

EAST GHOUTA, Syria – The head of the Russian Center for Reconciliation of the Opposing Sides in Syria, Major General Yuri Yevtushenko has said that over 30 hostages were released because of military operations in Syria. “During an operation unprecedented in its scale, 34 hostages held by illegal armed groups were released from captivity,” he […]

MAP: Latest update from East Ghouta explained

EAST GHOUTA, Syria – With over a months worth of operations by the Syrian Army against terrorist organizations in East Ghouta, the regions full liberation is almost complete. The major town of Harasta has been secured by the Syrian Army after terrorist forces were moved elsewhere in the region or have begun their transfer to […]

Russian military plays key role in bringing food to East Ghouta civilians

EAST GHOUTA, Syria – Specialists of the Center for Reconciliation of the Warring Sides in Syria on Thursday delivered hot food for 8,000 citizens in Eastern Ghouta, a spokesman for the center, Major General Vladimir Zolotukhin said, according to TASS. “Today the Russian servicemen delivered hot food to 8,000 citizens of Eastern Ghouta, and 2,500 food […]