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Late on May 24, Israeli warplanes carried out several strikes on the al-Dabaa airbase in the southwestern Homs countryside, according to pro-government sources. The Syrian Air Defense Forces (SADF) responded to the attack by launching at least 2 S-200 surface-to-air missiles, according to local activists.

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On May 22, ISIS attacked positions of the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) near the T3 pumping station, near the city of Palmyra, in the province of Homs. The attack started with the explosion of a suicide vehicle-borne improvised explosive device. Then, ISIS infantry stormed the SAA positions. However, the advance was repelled.

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Сотрудники российского Центра по примирению враждующих сторон продолжили зачищать территории на севере Хомса от следов военного присутствия боевиков вооруженной оппозиции. Ими были обнаружены боеприпасы американского производства, а также несколько подземных переходов боевиков. Еще 179 местных жителей вернулись в свои дома в освобожденных городах Растанского котла. Боевики, базировавшиеся здесь, были вынуждены принять условия мирного соглашения с

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Battles for Syria | May 15th 2018 | Images from the anti-ISIS operation in South Damascus

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At least 59 Palestinian protesters were killed and 2,771 were injured by Israeli forces near the so-called security fence in the Gaza Strip during the May 14 demonstrations denouncing the opening of the US embassy in Jerusalem. Various sources provide conflicting numbers of people involved in the protests, but all of them agrees that there

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Битва за Сирию. Празднования в освобожденных районах Дамаска 12 мая 2018 RUS-ENG

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On May 8, President Donald Trump officially announced that Washington is withdrawing from the Iran nuclear deal because it had failed to protect America’s national security interest. Trump directed his administration to immediately begin the process of re-imposing related sanctions against Iran, including in the energy, petrochemical, and financial sectors.

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