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Russia deploys military helicopters to patrol Syria-Turkey border: Ifax

Reuters Friday, 8 November 2019 ()
Russia has deployed military helicopters to patrol an area near Syria's border with Turkey in order to help protect Russia military police working on the ground, the Interfax news agency said on Friday.
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