A local doctor in Aleppo treating patients after the alleged chemical weapons attack

BEIRUT, LEBANON (6:30 P.M.) – The militants were planning to use chemical weapons again in Aleppo, the Russian Ministry of Defense said on Sunday.

According to the Russian Ministry of Defense, their fighter jets destroyed the militant launching sites in order to foil any future attacks by the latter in Aleppo.

Earlier today, the Russian Air Force unleashed a number of airstrikes over the jihadist rebel positions in the southern and western regions of Aleppo.

The Russian Air Force reportedly targeted the jihadist launching sites in the Rashideen 4  (west Aleppo) suburb and the town of Khan Touman (south Aleppo).

Today’s airstrikes by the Russian Air Force marked the first time that they launched aerial assault against the rebels since the September 17th Sochi meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

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They have been pushing and pushing ever since the socchi agreement was made,its about time that they got a proper response from russia, lets see what turkey can do now!! Russia should make a deal with turkey,one strike from the russians the next one should be from turkey, the russians can then observe and see if turkey is doing its part or not. The fact that the terror army is now using chlorine to cause the syrians to react means they will never come to the table to talk about ending this thing, the only way for syria to start… Read more »

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Will we hear stridend demands from the US Coalition of Terror to attack the (their)Wahabi terrorist gangs who fired the chemical munitions at a Government liberated civilian area in Alleppo?

Probably not 🙂

Or not until the French chemical weapons experts leave Idlib anyway 🙂