The Latest: Russia says 'several dozen' injured in Syria
3 monthes ago - By Boston Herald
BEIRUT - The Latest on the conflict in Syria : 3:15 p.m. Russia's Foreign Ministry says several dozen fighters hailing from Russia and former Soviet republics have been injured in Syria and flown to Russia for treatment. The ministry's statement does not say where in Syria the fighters were injured but that it happened in "recent fighting." It comes amid mounting indications that Russian private contractors in Syria were part of pro-government forces that suffered heavy losses in a U.S. counterattack in the Deir el-Zour province on Feb. 7.
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No military personnel among Russians killed & injured in Syria - Foreign Ministry
3 monthes ago - By RT
Several dozen citizens of Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States were injured in Syria during “a recent military clash,” the Russian Foreign Ministry said. No military personnel were among the casualties.
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Russia's Foreign Ministry says “several dozens” of Russians hospitalized after being injured in fighting in Syria
3 monthes ago - By The Seattle Times
MOSCOW - Russia's Foreign Ministry says “several dozens” of Russians hospitalized after being injured in fighting in Syria. .
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Russia's Foreign Ministry says "several dozens" of Russians hospitalized after being injured in fighting in Syria
3 monthes ago - By ABC News
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