Turkey says Russian air strikes in Syria's Idlib killed 60

By REUTERS
May 31, 2016 12:40

 
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ANKARA - Turkey said on Tuesday that heavy air strikes reported to have been carried out by Russian jets on a hospital and a mosque in Syria's rebel-held city of Idlib had killed more than 60 civilians and injured around 200 people.


In an e-mailed statement, the Turkish foreign ministry called on the international community to act swiftly against what it called the "indefensible" crimes of the Russian and Syrian administration.

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