BEIRUT, LEBANON (9:40 A.M.) – Russian Army Sergeant Mikhail Milchin has reportedly died after being seriously wounded in eastern Syria on August 18.

Sgt. Milchin was part of the Russian convoy that was traveling through the Deir Ezzor Governorate, when his vehicle was hit by a roadside bomb.

The TASS news agency quoted a medical source as saying on Sunday, that Milchin died in a Moscow military hospital.

On August 18, the Russian Defense Ministry announced the killing of a Russian officer and the wounding of two soldiers, following a roadside bombing attack in eastern Syria.

The ministry added that the explosion occurred when a Russian military convoy was passing by after carrying out a humanitarian operation, in which the aid was distributed to those in need.

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Panget Ka
Panget Ka
2020-09-15 00:41

The mighty people of Syria were protesting against their government to have a better life way back years ago. Now outside countries insisting their self interest meddled and were there killing Syrians. And now these same Syrians formed groups eg Islamic State, HTS etc were fighting against these intrusive countries and we are calling them terrorists. Note the deep brainwashing. tsk tsk

Abu Bakr
Abu Bakr
2020-09-14 12:19

hahahaha russia getting humiliated day by day Alhamdulelah

LUKA GRAŠIČ
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LUKA GRAŠIČ
2020-09-14 14:58
Reply to  Abu Bakr

Go to h**l

Abu Bakr
Abu Bakr
2020-09-14 18:13
Reply to  LUKA GRAŠIČ

I russian generals are taking all the space in h**l 😂😂😂😂

Goofy Bakr
Goofy Bakr
2020-09-14 15:20
Reply to  Abu Bakr

Your goofy caliphate is no more. Weep about it, you little faggot.

You celebrate the death of one, let me repeat: one soldier, meanwhile your whole military structure has been all but wiped out of existence.
-Oh, they have warplanes and air-support!
Ha! What does that say about the jihadi-squads ability to create?

I think all people should put pressure on their respective governments to force them to hand over all ISIS-supporters into the hands of the people. Let a mob rip them apart! By popular demand turn it into a spectacle!