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    Russia's Operation in Syria: Two Years On (11)
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    September 30, 2017, marks exactly two years since Russia began battling international terrorism in Syria at the request of Damascus.

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    Thanks to Russia's actions, almost 90 percent of Syria has been liberated from Daesh. The two-year-long campaign has changed the course of the war, and a ray of hope for the restoration of peaceful life in the republic is shining brighter than ever.

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