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Syria: al-Qusayr liberated

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The Syrian army, backed by members of Hezbollah, liberated the city of al-Qusayr. 80,000 Christians had fled their homes for more than six months, under the threat of mainly foreign jihadists, supported by NATO and the GCC.

The liberation of al-Qusayr puts an end to the intense fighting in the district of Homs. The city of Homs itself should be purged of terrorists in the coming days.

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