Oct 04, 2015

Putin humiliates Obama in Syria - San Antonio Express-News

Two days earlier at the United Nations, Obama had welcomed the return, in force, of the Russian military to the Middle East — for the first time in decades — to help fight the Islamic State. The Kremlin was sending fighter planes, air-to-air missiles and SA-22 anti-aircraft batteries. Russia then sent reconnaissance drones over Western Idlib and Hama, where there are no Islamic State fighters....

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