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The deal, concluded after the 1973 Middle East war, created a buffer zone patrolled by the U.N. Disengagement and Observer Force. The get the facts report by the Hezbollah-run military news outlet said the surrender agreement stipulated “the return of the Syrian army, represented in the 90th and the 61st brigades, to the positions that it was in before 2011”. Details of the deal sent by the rebel source included a provision that Russian military police would accompany the same two Syrian army brigades “to the ceasefire line and the demilitarized zone, according to the 1974 agreement”. The provisions did not elaborate on any implications of the deployment of military units on the 1974 agreement. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, during a visit to Russia to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin this month, indicated his country did not object to Assad’s return to the Golan as long as Iranian force and Hezbollah stayed away. In a briefing with Israeli reporters, he said Israel had not had a problem “with the Assad regime for 40 years”, noting that “not one bullet was fired on the Golan Heights” in that time. Israeli media accounts of the meeting with Putin also quoted him as saying that the Russians had succeeded getting Iranian and Hezbollah forces to move dozens of kilometers (miles) away from the Golan frontier. U.S. President Donald Trump said at a news conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday in Helsinki that both had agreed to work together to help ensure Israel’s security. Putin, Assad’s most powerful ally, cited the need to restore the situation along the Golan borders to the state that prevailed before the outbreak of the Syrian crisis in 2011.
Are they about to flee? Are they fleeing elsewhere besides the U.S.? What’s happening? PARTLOW: Yes, there are reports that Nicaraguans are fleeing in large numbers. Primarily to Costa Rica are online shopping sites list the stories that have come out so far. And, yeah, it’s possible that the numbers of Nicaraguans traveling to the U.S. could increase as well. That hasn’t been – like you say, they traditionally haven’t been coming in large numbers or at least compared to the numbers of the neighboring countries. But it’s possible those numbers could increase. CHANG: Josh Partlow is a reporter for The Washington Post. Thank you very much for joining us.
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