Report: Russia attacks targets held by Iranian militia in Syria

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
February 7, 2019 01:18
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Russian forces blew up bridges on the Euphrates river held by Iranian militias several days ago, according to a report. This is the first time the Russians attacked Iranian targets in Syria.

The information came from a senior Syrian official who refused to be identified, and was reported in Bas News, a Kurdish news website.

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