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Air strikes hit U.S.-backed militia in Syria's Deir al-Zor - SDF

Reuters Saturday, 16 September 2017
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Syrian government or Russian air strikes targeted U.S.-backed Syrian militias in Deir al-Zor province at dawn on Saturday, a militia official told Reuters.
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News video: Kurdish Militia Video Shows Damage From Alleged Russian Strike on US-Backed Forces Near Deir Ezzor

▶ Kurdish Militia Video Shows Damage From Alleged Russian Strike on US-Backed Forces Near Deir Ezzor 01:23

A media arm of the Kurdish YPG militia released a video on September 18 which it described as showing damage caused by alleged Russian strikes against the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) near Deir Ezzor.The SDF said six fighters were wounded in the attack.US officials also blamed Russian...

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