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Apr 12, 2018
The Daily Star
Russian military police deploy in Syria's Douma: RIA agency
MOSCOW: Russian military police have been deployed in the Syrian town of Douma as of Thursday, Russia's RIA news agency reported, citing the defense ministry.
"They are the guarantors of law and order in the town," the Russian ministry was quoted as saying.
Earlier on Thursday, Russian news agencies reported that Syrian government forces had taken full control over Douma, which was the last rebel stronghold in the eastern Ghouta enclave outside Damascus.
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