Russian planes destroy ISIS command post, training camp in Syria

Sukhoi Su-34 planes have destroyed a command post of Islamic State fighters in Syria.

Sukhoi Su-34 planes belonging to the Russian Aerospace Forces have destroyed a command post of Islamic State fighters in Syria, Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Maj. Gen. Igor Konashenkov said.

"On October 1, Su-34 planes delivered strikes upon an ISIL training camp near the populated area of Ma'din-Jadid and a camouflaged command post near Kasrat al Faraj southwest of the city of Ar Raqqah," he said.

"The strikes disabled a command post of ISIS fighters, and the infrastructure used for training terrorists has been fully destroyed," he said.

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