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Teens Are Enrolled With Force By Terrorists In Aleppo, Heavy Airstrikes Continue

According to Russia’s General Staff, Aleppo rebels are “forcefully” enrolling teens as young as 14 due to lack of reinforcements in the eastern rebel-held portion of the city. At a press briefing, Sergey Rudskoy, the chief of the main operations department of Russia’s General Staff, stated that the terrorists in the wart-torn city have begun... Read more » Teens Are Enrolled With Force
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