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The Telegraph: Bashar al-Assad accepts Syrian regime suffering military defeats

The Syrian president gave a more sober assessment of the war which has seen more than 200,000 people killed and millions forced to flee Syria

The Syrian president has acknowledged that his regime is suffering military defeats, amid reports of splits and defections within his core supporters.

In a speech in Damascus on Wednesday, Bashar al-Assad for the first time replaced his "victory" rhetoric with a more sober assessment of the five-year war that has claimed more than 200,000 lives.

More News On Syrian President Assad Admitting To Recent Military Defeats

Syria's Assad says losing battles doesn't mean war is lost -- AFP
Syrian President Acknowledges Recent 'Setbacks' in War -- AP
Assad acknowledges 'setbacks' in the fight against rebels -- Deutsche Welle
Syria’s Assad Acknowledges ‘Setbacks’ in War Against Rebels -- WSJ
Assad: Losing battles doesn't mean war is lost -- Ynet News
Assad in rare public appearance says losing battles doesn't mean war is lost -- Jerusalem Post
Losing battles does not mean war is lost - Assad -- RTE

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