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Russian politicians: Parliamentary elections in Syria a new victory for the Syrian state and people

MOSCOW, (ST)- Head of the Executive Committee of the Russian Communist Party Gennady Zyuganov has stressed that the parliamentary elections held recently in Syria indicate a new victory for the Syrian state and people.

In a statement to SANA correspondent in Moscow, Zyuganov said that the elections of the Syrian People’s Assembly have been a positive process that created an opportunity for a meeting between different parties and citizens to discuss a variety of electoral programs.

He stressed that the Syrian-Russian relations are deeply-rooted and they will continue to be strong despite all American attempts to undermine them.

Syrian government takes a new measure to fight Coronavirus

DAMASCUS, (ST)_Prevention of movement from one governorate to another and from cities to countrysides starting Sunday 29th of March at 2:00 pm until further notice.
The new measure is taken by the government team to fight Coronavirus.
Basma Qaddour

Several civilians wounded in a terror rocket attack on a town in Aleppo

ALEPPO, (ST)_Several civilians were wounded in a terror rocket attack on al-Zahraa town in the northwestern countryside of Aleppo.

According to a source at Aleppo Police Command, the rockets were fired by terrorist groups holed up in the same region [ the northwester countryside of Aleppo], leaving casualties.

Syrian Air Defenses encounter enemy targets

Syrian Air Defenses encounter enemy targets 

Plague deaths: Quarantine lifted after couple die of bubonic plague

A quarantine imposed in Mongolia after two people died from the bubonic plague has been lifted, allowing a number of tourists to leave the area.

The Mongolian couple contracted the illness after eating the raw meat of a marmot, a type of rodent, according to BBC.

Following their deaths, a six-day quarantine was declared on 1 May in Mongolia's western Bayan Olgii province bordering both China and Russia.

In previous centuries plague outbreaks killed millions in Europe and Asia.