Sep 07, 2015

Increased Russian Presence in Syria Could Signal Putin’s Willingness to Join Fight Against Islamic State | TheBlaze.com

MOSCOW (AP) — Signs of an ongoing Russian military buildup in Syria have drawn U.S. concerns and raised questions of whether Moscow plans to enter the conflict. President Vladimir Putin has been coy on the subject, saying Russia is weighing various options, a statement that has fueled suspicions about...

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