Report: Russian air force made 40 flights over Palmyra in last 24 hours

By REUTERS
March 27, 2016 16:44

 
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The Russian air force has made 40 flights over the area of the Syrian city of Palmyra in the last 24 hours, hitting 117 targets and killing over 80 militants, Russian news agencies quoted Russian defense ministry as saying on Sunday.

The defense ministry added that the ceasefire in Syria had been violated 10 times in the last 24 hours but in general, the ceasefire was holding, news agencies said.

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