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Syrian narratives

Conflicting narratives and distorted realities: Western media coverage of the Syrian conflict is seriously flawed and biased. The recent liberation of the ancient city of Palmyra by the Syrian Army with Russia’s help is a case in point. The Western narrative has long focused on regime change, the Syrian one has always been about fighting terrorism.

CrossTalking with Adel Darwish, Alaa Ebrahim, and Joe Lauria.

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