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Tuesday, 23 August 2016
The Russian military said on Monday its aircraft operating from an Iranian air base to conduct strikes in Syria had completed their tasks, but left open the possibility of using the Hamadan base again if circumstances warranted, Reuters reported. Iran's Foreign Ministry said Russia had stopped us...
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