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Military Situation In Syria On April 4, 2022 (Map Update)

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Military Situation In Syria On April 4, 2022 (Map Update)

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  • On April 4, Russia reported that Idlib militants violated the ceasefire regime in Greater Idlib 3 times: 1 – in Aleppo province, 2 – in Idlib province;
  • On April 4, artillery of Turkish-backed forces shelled SAA positions in Kafr Nabl village;
  • On April 4, SAA artillery shelled positions of Turkish-backed forces in Maarat al-Naasan village;
  • On April 4, Russian warplanes struck positions of Turkish-backed forces in Falifel village.


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Last edited 4 months ago by Terri

It’s unclear what the purple and light grey-blue shades in the Rojava area mean. I understand that the latter is Turkish occupation (and hence should be rather teal like the Afrin area) but the purple area?


Purple areas is where the Russians have disarmed the kurds and excluded the Turks from entering.


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I’m pretty sure that’s not true. There are no Russian on the ground boots in all Syria, Russian presence is aero-naval.


analysis of satellite images by The New York Times rebuts claims by Russia that the killing of civilians in Bucha, a suburb of Kyiv, occurred after its soldiers had left the town.

When images emerged over the weekend of the bodies of dead civilians lying on the streets of Bucha — some with their hands bound, some with gunshot wounds to the head — Russia’s Ministry of Defense denied responsibility. In a Telegram post on Sunday, the ministry suggested that the bodies had been recently placed on the streets after “all Russian units withdrew completely from Bucha” around March 30.

Russia claimed that the images were “another hoax” and called for an emergency U.N. Security Council meeting on what it called “provocations of Ukrainian radicals” in Bucha.

But a review of videos and satellite imagery by The Times shows that many of the civilians were killed more than three weeks ago, when Russia’s military was in control of the town.

One video filmed by a local council member on April 2 shows multiple bodies scattered along Yablonska Street in Bucha. Satellite images provided to The Times by Maxar Technologies show that at least 11 of those had been on the street since March 11, when Russia, by its own account, occupied the town.

To confirm when the bodies appeared, and when the civilians were likely killed, the Visual Investigations team at The Times conducted a before-and-after analysis of satellite imagery. The images show dark objects of similar size to a human body appearing on Yablonska Street between March 9 and March 11. The objects appear in the precise positions in which the bodies were found after Ukrainian forces reclaimed Bucha, as the footage from April 2 shows. Further analysis shows that the objects remained in those position for over three weeks.

The causes of death are unclear. Some of the bodies were beside what appears to be an impact crater. Others were near abandoned cars. Three of the bodies lay beside bicycles. Some have their hands bound behind their backs with white cloth. The bodies were scattered over more than half a mile of Yablonska Street.

A second video taken on Yablonska Street shows three more bodies. One lies beside a bicycle, another near an abandoned car. Satellite imagery shows that the abandoned cars and the nearby body appear between March 20 and 21.

These are just some of the civilian bodies discovered since Saturday. The Associated Press published images of at least six dead men lying together in the rear of an office building, some with hands tied behind their backs. The building is one mile west of the other victims found along Yablonska Street.

Another mile further along, a photographer with The Times discovered the body of a man with a gunshot wound to his head lying beside a bicycle.


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That is American scenario they I did in Bosnia several times an in Kosovo village Račak.



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