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It's been one year since Russia began bombing in Syria, and there may be no end in sight

One year ago, Russian planes started dropping bombs on war-torn Syria. The airstrikes, which began Sept. 30, propped up Syrian President Bashar Assad’s collapsing government, which controlled an ever-shrinking area of the country after more than four years of civil war. Dozens of warring groups...
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