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The Art of Constantly Changing Narratives ‘ Part I: Russia
RT Arabic was one of the only foreign news organisations stationed with Syrian Army troops during the 2017 Palmyra Offensive.
Russian Ministry of Defence video on the airstrike on what was claimed to be an ISIS training camp in rural Idlib province on October 12, 2015.
RT claimed this mountain had been controlled by ISIS forces up until its capture in December 2015. Da’ish had actually retreated from the area almost two years before, leaving its control to the Islamic Front and the FSA.
The headline from Sputnik Deutschland, Sputnik News’ German-language news site, reads: ‘Assad’s Army Sweeps IS Stronghold in Latakia.
Still from a Russian Ministry of Defence video, claiming that the airstrike on Khan Shaykhun hit a chemical weapons depot preparing shipments to Iraq for ISIS.
One of the craters from the dropped munitions in Khan Shaykhun. Damage from the shell itself is minimal, with relatively little cratering and debris seen.
While this is no longer the official single narrative of the Russian Ministry of Defence, the original report about the airstrike on the depot occurring at midday remains up on RT.
Still from an RT report on a press conference given by Vladimir Putin on April 11, where the Khan Shaykhun false-flag narrative was officially endorsed by the Russian President himself.
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Protected a colony of Griffon Vultures in Bulgaria
extreme and horrifically inhumane measures of smuggling the birds.
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