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Syria: Russian airstrike 2,4km from the Turkish border

A new airstrike was carried out by the Russian Air Force at the headquarters of the Turkish-backed FSA in the village of Kah in Syria, 2.4 km from the Turkish border yesterday.

The same position was bombed again by Russian and Syrian forces three days ago, but this time the Russian air force carried out at least 9 bombings in the area.

According to local sources, the Syrian government of Bashar al-Assad has condemned Erdogan’s approval by the Turkish parliament to continue military operations in Syria and Iraq for another two years.

According to Syrian media, Assad will also take action against the Turks with a statement circulating to Syrian social media saying that: “We reserve the right to protect our territorial integrity from Turkish aggression,”.

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