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  • Israel retaliates against Syrian shelling

    According to a Beirut media report, Syrian government forces positions were the target of an Israeli air attack. The helicopter shot at the Syrian troops in the Quneitra province of the southern Syria.

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    Russia to send modernized fighter jets to Syria

    Four modernized close air support fighter planes are to be sent to the Russian airbase in Syria later this summer, according to the Russian Izvestia newspaper.

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    Russia’s MiG-35 fighter jet to utilize innovative laser weapons

    Slyusar said that, “the fighter aircraft has been specially designed for warfare amid increased intensity conflicts and highly dense air defense. The available high indicators have been achieved thanks to a set of onboard equipment mounted on the plane along with a new optical location system and radar signature reduced by several times.”

  • Ivan Gren ship

    New assault ship to be delivered to Russian Navy in Autumn

    Due to technical problems with the degaussing system, Rakhmanov stated that the ship will be ready for delivery in November this year. He added that it is important for the scientists to accurately confirm the calculations for the ship so that “we do not have to slash it again” as a result.

  • Mil Mi-28N

    Russian “Night Hunter” pivotal in the fight against ISIS

    Around a couple of decades ago, the Mi-28N attack chopper has surged into the sky to make its presence felt. As of late, Russia’s premier air force asset is, once again, exploring the landscape above the Earth.

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    Russia sends heavy bombers to fight ISIS in Syria

    Six Tu-22M3 bombers were deployed from Russian territories yesterday to carry out bombing operations against Islamic State (IS) targets in the Syrian Government-held Deir ez-Zor province.

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    North Korea has means to declare nuclear war – Russian expert

    North Korea has effective means of delivering tactical missiles and other nuclear weapons which could lead to a nuclear war, retired Major General Vladimir Dvorkin, the Chief Scientist of the Institute of World Economy and International Relations of Russia’s Academy of Sciences said.