Russian Federation builds bridge for troops across Euphrates
- Author: Ryan Wade Sep 27, 2017,
Sep 27, 2017, 0:36
Russian airstrikes on the insurgent-held province of Idlib on Monday killed at least 37 people, including 12 children, the United Kingdom -based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported. "Statements made by the "Observatory" citing either anonymous witnesses or volunteers are traditionally ungrounded and serve as a "media cover-up" for militants of Jabhat al-Nusra (outlawed in Russia) and its allied groupings.".
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu also criticised Russia on Monday for the same reason, saying that recent Russian bombing in Idlib had killed civilians and moderate rebels and that this would be discussed with Russian President Vladimir Putin when he visited Turkey this week.
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Prior to initiating the strikes, the Russian military confirmed terrorist movements at target locations through drone reconnaissance and "other intelligence channels", Konashenkov said.
Asapov, RT reported, was described as one of the senior Russian military advisers in Syria.
The targets, which were all situated away from populated areas, included ISIS's underground bases, ammunition depots and armored vehicles, the military said.
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Russian Tu-95 strategic bombers have struck terrorist facilities with air-to-surface Kh-101 cruise missiles in the Syrian provinces of Deir al-Zour and Idlib, the Russian Defense Ministry said Tuesday.
Russia's General Staff said last week that about 850 militants were killed as the Syrian forces, backed by Russian warplanes, repelled an attack by militants in a "de-escalation zone" in the Syrian province of Idlib.
"Russian air strikes and mortar fire hit the Conoco gas plant where a large number of our forces are stationed", SDF spokeswoman Lilwa Abdallah told AFP. Fighting to clear the remaining pockets of terrorists continues, alongside a separate US-supported SDF operation across the Euphrates River.
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