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nmotion attacks on Syrian rebels can't seem to turn the tide for Syrian president Bashar al Assad Reuters reporter Jonathan land they had the story the indications are that there really haven't been that many significant advances made by the ground forces who are being back , they have been , Syrian armored personnel carriers trucks and other vehicles and apparently , holding up the push is on the ground , even after porn in about four thousand troops sources told Reuters that a month in Russia is really just helping to maintain a stalemate , the Russians have gone in there , and run three major population areas a hallmark hall and down to Damascus and then all the way down to the Lebanese border and by holding that territory and by securing their territory for a start , that you start a role in any kind of political negotiation or end the war but it landed near Putin can't make a breakthrough with the forces he has in Syria the pressure will be on to spend more possibly pavilion president Obama's warning of what Syria would be , a quagmire