Breaking: US Fires on Russian Helicopters in Syria (videos-no reported casualties)


Russian Mi-35 had to beat off a military patrol

Avia Pro: Russian attack helicopters had to defend a convoy of Russian military in northern Syria. The reason for this was the attack of the Kurds, and although the attack was exclusively Turkish forces, marching as part of a Russian military convoy, the Russian Mi-35 attack helicopters were forced to fire thermal traps, as well as ammunition with tear gas.

The Russian air forces have launched large-scale attacks on terrorists in Idlib province. The airstrikes of the Russian air forces began at dawn, while the Syrian air force also took an active part in the destruction of terrorists.

On the presented video frames you can see how the terrorists occupied one of the buildings west of the city of Aleppo, however, as a result of a direct hit by a rocket fired by the Russian air forces, the building was quickly destroyed – according to some reports, about three dozen terrorists died as a result of an airstrike.
It should be clarified that the bombing of Aleppo lasted all day.

MI 35 footage (not this action)


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  1. IF You Work With the Terrorist that USA patronizes then You’re Awarded NOT Sanctionned …… Big Difference …. Be Evil and get Rewarded OR Be Moral and get Destroyed ……

  2. Shouldn’t he headline be…Breaking: US Proxy Force Fires on Russian Helicopters in Syria (videos-no reported casualties)

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