A boy sits near rubble of damaged buildings in Arbin, a town in the Damascus countryside, Syria July 25, 2017. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh
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Clashes erupted overnight in a rebel-held enclave outside Damascus, which was also hit by government air strikes despite a truce deal, a monitor said Wednesday.A map displayed at a Russian defence ministry briefing appeared to show that the areas hit late on Tuesday and on Wednesday were inside the ceasefire zone.On Tuesday, a Russian military official denied that any air strikes had hit inside the ceasefire zone, which is being monitored in part by Russian police.The Russian defence ministry map appears to show at least part of Arbin may be excluded from the truce zone.
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