Denis Loctier

Denis Loctier has been quoted 8 times. The two most recent articles where Denis Loctier has been quoted are Syria: Russian orchestra holds concert in Palmyra ruins and Work at the Russian airbase Hmeymim in Latakia to advance the truce in Syria. Most recently, Denis Loctier was quoted as having said, “A symphonic concert in the amphitheatre was impossible until very recently. The ancient city was under ISIL control, its monuments were deliberately destroyed. Now, Valery Gergiev's orchestra is leading calls for international solidarity to restore Palmyra.”.

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Palmyra was under control of the co-called Islamic State for almost a year. During that time, its architectural heritage was partially destroyed. The iconic Bel Temple and the Temple of Baalshamin, built more than 2000 years ago were left in ruins.

A symphonic concert in the amphitheatre was impossible until very recently. The ancient city was under ISIL control, its monuments were deliberately destroyed. Now, Valery Gergiev's orchestra is leading calls for international solidarity to restore Palmyra.

The partial ceasefire in Syria makes it unnecessary to keep all the available aircraft here at the base. However, if the situation changes, the planes recalled to Russia may return.

It was because of the terrorists. We signed the agreement to return to our land and we'll never allow anybody to come here and commit terrorist acts again.

Since February's partial ceasefire some areas of the country have seen locals begin to return to their homes. Not long ago this village between Hama and Aleppo was on the frontline. Today, with the mediation of Russian specialists, it is signing an 'act of reconciliation.

Ana Patricia Botin was seen by many as the natural heir to the Santander throne, held by her family for three previous generations, but support for her in the banking world has not been unanimous. Some critics have voiced the thought that modern banking has no role for old-fashioned family dynasties.

The final hours are being counted down till the opening of the XXII Winter Olympic Games here in Sochi: very soon, after years of expensive preparation, the first Olympics in Russia's post-Soviet history will officially start.

Last night, the city was dark and deserted after the battles of recent days. Many shops are ruined. Billboards have been used to cover broken windows. Some casinos and luxury shops have been burned down. But this morning, Bishkek looks very peaceful. There is nothing to suggest that the capital is in a state of anarchy. And for now, who is running the country remains unknown.

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