One year ago, the diet of Damascus regained control over the completeness of Aleppo. A turning point in this war of counter-insurrection which leads Bachar el-Assad against the rebels and the Islamic State. Supporting cards, Le Figaro redraws the stages of one year of territorial reconquest.
One year ago in the North of the country, Bachar el-Assad's Syrian diet took away a decisive victory in Aleppo in front of rebels. The resumption of the former the former economic capital of Syria by Damascus was a turning point in the civil war which made more than 340.000 deaths since 2011. Deducted at first in the West of the country, the diet widely increased since Aleppo its reconquest of the Syrian territory.
A made twist in the drama possible thanks to the Russian intervention of September, 2015, but also thanks to the increasing participation of Shiite militias sponsored by Iran, very present in this country situated at the heart of its strategy of influence. Supporting cards, Le Figaro redraws the stages of this territorial reconquest of the diet of Damascus, which allows Bachar el-Assad, accused of war crimes, to remain in the power.