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Russia lands forces at former U.S. air base in northern Syria

Reuters Friday, 15 November 2019
Russia landed attack helicopters and troops at a sprawling air base in northern Syria vacated by U.S. forces, the Russian Defence Ministry's Zvezda TV channel said on Friday.
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