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The Russian military said on Monday that two Israeli F-15 war planes carried out airstrikes on a Syrian air base near Homs on Sunday, the Interfax news agency reported 14 people were reportedly killed in the strike, at least four of them Iranians Interfax cited the Russian Defense Ministry as
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