Displaced Syrian girls stand next to a tent provided by a Turkish humanitarian group at a camp for displaced people in Idlib.
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Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov Wednesday described militants in Syria's last big rebel-held enclave of Idlib as a "festering abscess" that needed to be liquidated.Lavrov told reporters there was a political understanding between Turkey and Russia on the need to distinguish between the Syrian opposition and people he described as terrorists in Idlib Province.Russia also called on the West not to stand in the way of an "anti-terror operation" in Idlib.Russia stuck by its ally Syria and angrily insisted the Douma attack was staged by the White Helmets volunteer rescue service.Russia has deployed several frigates to the Mediterranean via the Bosphorus, part of what a Russian newspaper Tuesday called Moscow's largest naval buildup since it entered the Syrian conflict in 2015 .
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