Russian military police take part in a joint Turkish-Russian army patrol near the town of Darbasiyah in Syria’s northeastern Hasakeh province along the Syria-Turkey border on Nov. 11, 2019.

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BEIRUT – Russian-backed Syrian forces have gained ground after a week-long renewed assault against the last opposition enclave in Syria’s northwest, the biggest such push in more than three months that has prompted a large civilian exodus, witnesses and residents said on Dec. 22.

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