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Russia and Syria Tell U.S. Forces to Leave Syria
The statement said Russian and Syrian forces had prepared buses to relocate refugees.
Russia Starts Countrywide Parade of Syrian War Trophies, in Photos
The exhibition features a so-called "jihad mobile" used by militants in Syria.
Rebels Say Russia Blocks Food Supply to Syria Refugee Camp
The blockade has resulted in prices skyrocketing and caused scarcity.
Over Half of Russian Military Police Have Syrian War Experience — Official
Russian officers have patrolled Golan Heights and Manbij.
No Offensive Planned in Syria's Idlib, Kremlin Says
Putin was speaking after hosting a summit in southern Russia with Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.
Putin Challenges Erdogan Over Syria as U.S. Exit Bolsters Russia
Russia is pressuring Turkey to agree to an offensive on Idlib.
After Deadly Syrian Battle, Evidence of Russian Losses Was Obscured
Heavy Russian casualties from a clash with U.S. forces in Syria were concealed until after Putin's re-election, reports say.
Russia and Turkey Plan to Stabilize Syria's Idlib Province, Putin Says
Putin said more action by both Ankara and Moscow was required to "liquidate the actions of terrorist groups."
Situation in Syria's Idlib Province Is Fast Deteriorating, Russia Says
The situation in Syria's Idlib province where Russia and Turkey have tried to create a de-escalation zone is rapidly deteriorating.
Russia Covered up Soldier’s Death in Syria, Media Reports
Officials estimate that 112 Russian soldiers have been killed in the three years since Moscow intervened in the Syrian civil war.
2 Russians Killed in U.S.-Led Airstrikes in Syria, Official Says
A Russian woman and child have been killed in U.S.-led airstrikes in Syria while at least a dozen more are trapped.
Russia, Turkey Have 'Decisive' Syria Peace Role, Putin Says
The statement came after the countries agreed to coordinate military steps following the U.S. decision to withdraw its forces.
Kremlin Welcomes Return of Syrian Kurdish Territories to Assad
"This is a positive trend," spokesman Dmitry Peskov told a conference call.
Let Down by U.S., Syrian Kurdish Leaders Look to Russia and Assad
Kurdish leaders are urging Russia to send forces to shield the border from the threat of a Turkish offensive.
Russia Says Syria's Assad Is Popular, Likely to Win Re-Election
Russia described Syrian President Bashar al-Assad as a popular leader who has every chance to win re-election.
U.S. Troop Pullout Is Helpful for Syria Settlement, Moscow Says
An initiative to form a Syrian constitutional committee had a bright future with the U.S. troop withdrawal, Russia's Foreign Ministry said.
Russia, Iran, Turkey Back New Syria Constitution Body but Fail to Agree Makeup
Russia, Iran and Turkey failed to agree on the makeup of a UN-sponsored Syrian Constitutional Committee but called for it to convene early next year.
New Russian Warplanes and Missiles Beat Expectations in Syria, Official Says
Russia has tested new supersonic bombers, missiles systems and fighter jets since entering the Syrian conflict in 2015.
Pentagon Tells Russia Not to Tamper With Alleged Aleppo Attack Site
Russia blamed Saturday's alleged gas attack in Aleppo on rebels.
U.S. Targets Iran-Russia Network Over Oil Sent to Syria
The network helped transfer hundreds of millions of dollars in cash to Hezbollah and Hamas, the U.S. Treasury said.
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