The Russian Defense Ministry posted this image on its website showing a column of heavy trucks carrying ammunition being hit by a Russian airstrike near Aleppo, Syria. Russia reported striking 100 times as many targets as the U.S.-led coalition in Syria over the past week.
The Russian Defense Ministry posted this image on its website showing a column of heavy trucks carrying ammunition being hit by a Russian airstrike near Aleppo, Syria. Russia reported striking 100 times as many targets as the U.S.-led coalition in Syria over the past week. Russian Defense Ministry AP
The Russian Defense Ministry posted this image on its website showing a column of heavy trucks carrying ammunition being hit by a Russian airstrike near Aleppo, Syria. Russia reported striking 100 times as many targets as the U.S.-led coalition in Syria over the past week. Russian Defense Ministry AP

Russia hit 1,888 targets in Syria in a week; U.S. count? Just 16

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