Russian military enters rebel-held enclave in Syria's Deraa city

By REUTERS
July 12, 2018 16:21
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AMMAN,  - A senior Russian military delegation entered the rebel-held area of the southern Syrian city of Deraa on Thursday and began negotiations over its handover to state rule, rebel officials and a witness said.

Two armored vehicles with senior Russian officers entered the area of al Shayah in the devastated old city and began talks with commanders from the Free Syrian Army (FSA) on implementing the terms of a surrender deal reached last Friday that also includes evacuation of rebels and a weapons handover.

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