A boy sits on a car in the Damascus suburb of Qudsaya July 24, 2017. REUTERS/ Omar Sanadiki
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Russia has deployed military police to monitor two safe zones being set up in Syria, it was announced Monday as a new era of U.S. cooperation.Rudskoi said that Russian military police had set up two checkpoints and four observation posts in Eastern Ghouta. Military police had also been deployed to try to enforce the de-escalation zone in southwest Syria Friday and Saturday, it said in the same statement, adding that two checkpoints and 10 observation posts had been set up there. Assad's forces have surrounded Eastern Ghouta for more than four years, and regime forces have regularly targeted the area.
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