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Syrian army declares total control over East Aleppo

Territory of the East Aleppo, where more than 90,000 people live, was completely liberated from terrorists during the last day. Up to 9,000 peaceful residents left the city, among which about 4,000 were children. All of them were provided with hot meals, temporary accommodation and medical care if needed. Beside that, over 500 fighters gave up and exited via corresponding corridors. All of them undergo pardon, as it had been promised by the Syrian president. Local authorities render them necessary help and assistance. According to estimations of the military experts, if offensive of the government troops is continued at such rate, they will be able to establish total control over the city by the end of the year.

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