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Saturday, October 21, 2017

Russian submarine hit the “Caliber” of the Russian military surrounded the militants


Submarine black sea fleet of Russia “Novgorod the Great” made launches of cruise missiles “Caliber” on the Syrian terrorists “dzhebhat an-Nusra” (an organization banned in Russia). The militants of this group have recently surrounded a detachment of Russian troops in Idlib province.


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As reports RIA Novosti, citing the defense Ministry, the submarine made launches from a submerged position in the Mediterranean sea.

Missiles struck by object “dzhebhat an-Nusra” in Idlib province, the distance to the target was about 300 kilometers.

“Sudden missile strike in Idlib destroyed important control centers, training bases and armored vehicles of the terrorists involved in the attempt to capture 29 of the Russian military police in the Northern province of Hama,” said the defense Ministry.

19 September militants attempted to go on the offensive on the city of Hama, they managed to break into the positions of Syrian government forces for 12 miles.

The aim of the terrorists was a platoon of Russian military police, who carried out tasks at the observation point for monitoring the de-escalation.

There was a heavy battle, the siege was lifted as a result of joint operation of the Russian space forces and special forces. The result of soldiers out of the encirclement without losses, three Russians were injured.

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