Russia denies claims that it bombed US-backed fighters in Syria

Wibbitz Top Stories - September 17, 2017

Russia denied all allegations that it bombed United States-backed fighters in Syria.

The country's defense ministry said its planes only targeted ISIS members and their militias.

U.S.-backed militants claimed that Russian jets along with Syrian planes targeted them in theDeir al-Zor province..

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