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Russia denies allegation of bombing US-backed militias in Syria

All India Radio Sunday, 17 September 2017 ()
The Russian Defence Ministry today denied it had bombed U.S.-backed militias in Syria, saying its planes only targeted Islamic State militants and that it had warned the United States well in advance of its operational plans. U.S.-backed militias said they came under attack yesterday from Russian jets and Syrian government forces in Deir al-Zor province, a flashpoint in an increasingly complex battlefield.
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On Sunday, Reuters reported that Russia’s Defence Ministry has rejected allegations that it had bombed US backed militias in Syria. The ministry said that its planes only targeted Islamic State militants and that it had warned the United States well in advance about its operational plans. On...

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