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Image copyright Reuters Image caption The UN says more than 5.2 million Syrians have been displaced inside the country
Syria’s military has recaptured most of Palmyra, its last remaining major museum, says a state channel.
The capture also leaves a 1,600-year-old Assyrian cathedral and the shrine of the Prophet Jonah as the only ancient structures in the city.
It was recaptured by the Syrian army, supported by US air strikes and Russian military support.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has vowed to crush Isis in eastern Syria.
He has also launched an offensive against rebel-held areas in the east of the country and seized the city of Deir al-Zor province near the border with Iraq.
Image copyright AFP Image caption The ancient city is believed to be the seat of early Islam, and the first city to be inhabited by non-Muslims
Image copyright AFP Image caption The city is said to have been a centre of pre-Islamic art
However, Syria’s state television said that it had reclaimed only a “small part” of the city, a sign it wants to make the most of its win.
The network also said that the capture of Palmyra was a significant “historic victory” for President Assad, as well as for his regime.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a UK-based activist group, said the army was in full control of the city, and that Isis fighters had been driven from the eastern edge of the ruins.
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Image copyright Associated Press Image caption The ruins show the city centre from the 17th Century
Image copyright EPA Image caption The recapture of Palmyra would be the biggest loss suffered by Syria’s army since it launched its assault on its city last year.
Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Syrian government troops surrounded the city with Russian air support in the last days
Analysis: David Stern, BBC News, Beirut
For years, Palmyra, a UNESCO world heritage site, has been held by the rebels and the Assad government. Now that the Syrian army has been able to capture it, it has become the biggest prize
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