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    Deadly Fencers: Russian Su-24M Take Off to Bomb ISIL

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    Russian military aircraft taking the fight to ISIL.

    As the military operation against ISIL in Syria continues, the Russian military aircraft deployed at the Hmeymim airbase continue flying sorties against the Islamist militants threatening the region.

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