Russia says did not carry out air strikes on Syria's Idlib

By REUTERS
February 7, 2017 14:31

 
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MOSCOW - Russia's Defense Ministry on Tuesday said media reports that its planes had bombed the rebel-held Syrian city of Idlib were not true, Interfax news agency reported.

Residents and a rescue worker in Idlib said at least 15 people died in air strikes on the city on Tuesday, carried out by what were believed to be Russian jets.

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