Sep 30, 2015

Russia launches airstrikes in Syria | Washington Examiner

Russia sent notice to the United States that it will launch airstrikes near Homs, Syria, within an hour after President Vladimir Putin received the green light from the upper house of the Russian parliament Wednesday to launch airstrikes in Syria. A U.S. official told Reuters, on condition of anonymity, that Russia would strike, while Fox News reported that the Russians ordered U.S. planes out of...

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