Russia says one of its attack helicopters crashes in Syria

By REUTERS
April 12, 2016 10:51

A Russian Mi-28 attack helicopter crashed in Syria in the early hours of Tuesday morning, killing two pilots, Russian news agencies quoted Russia's Defense Ministry as saying.

The helicopter was not shot down, the ministry said, adding that the helicopter crashed in Homs province. The pilots' bodies had been recovered and brought to Russia's air base in Hmeymim, the ministry said.


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