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Topic - Nadim Shehadi
Nadim Shehadi, an analyst at the London-based think tank Chatham House, said, "Some of the soldiers have been killed by the regime itself because they refuse to obey orders or [regime loyalists] heard they were going to defect."
"The regime has been saying all along that it is still strong because it controls Aleppo and [the capital of] Damascus," said Nadim Shehadi of the London-based think tank Chatham House. "The regime kept very tight control over Aleppo and Damascus and used them as an argument that to a certain extent it worked."