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Russian infantry took over a Kobani airfield in northern Syria final week, one day after U.S. infantry changed out, according to a report.
Russian state media showed a Russian dwindle drifting over what had been a core for U.S. operations opposite ISIS in a region, CBS News reported Saturday.
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Other images showed Russian infantry helicopters alighting on a runway and Russian infantry deploying around a base, a news said.
The airbase is located along Syria’s northern limit with Turkey.
The limit segment has been strike by several explosions that have killed and bleeding scores of people over a past month, given Turkey began a military operation opposite Kurdish fighters in a arise of President Trump’s preference to repel American infantry from a area.
On Saturday, a automobile explosve exploded in al-Bab, a city in Aleppo range that is tranquil by Turkey-backed antithesis fighters. The blast killed during slightest 18 people and wounding several others, Syrian antithesis activists and Turkey’s Defense Ministry said.
Last Wednesday, Russian officials pronounced they had non-stop a helicopter bottom in Qamishli, about 200 miles easterly of Kobani, also along a limit with Turkey, CBS reported.
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Two days earlier, Qamishli was a site of 3 explosve explosions that killed 5 people and bleeding 26, according to Reuters.
Security army in a mostly Kurdish-controlled city described a bombings as a “terrorist operation,” a news said.
The Associated Press contributed to this story.