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Putin tells armed forces to "act very tough" against threats in Syria

Russia: Putin tells armed forces to "act very tough" against threats in Syria

In case of any threats to the Russian forces in Syria, the military must "act very tough," President Vladimir Putin said in Moscow, Friday. Speaking at the annual expanded meeting of the Russian Defence Ministry, he stated that "any targets that threaten the Russian group or our ground infrastructure must be destroyed immediately."

Russia: All conflicts prepared for, Shoigu tells defence chiefs

Russian Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu announced from Moscow on Friday that a plan has been prepared for "the defence of the country in the case of all projected military conflicts." He made the remarks during his annual assessment of the performance of the ministry, addressing the issues faced by Russia's armed forces. Shoigu said the country is faced with a wide array of threats and "the Russian armed forces should have the capacity to protect the country."

Syria: Sukhoi jets take to the skies as sun sets over Latakia

Russian aircraft took off as the sun set over Hmeymim air base in Latakia, Friday, as Moscow continues its campaign against targets of the so-called Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL).

Russia: Two new missile ships join the Black Sea Fleet.

St. Andrew's flags were raised on two new missile ships in Sevastopol, as they became the part of Russia's Black Sea Fleet, Saturday. The event was attended by commanders of the Black Sea Fleet led by Admiral Alexander Vitko, as well as Prime Minister of the Republic of Crimea Sergei Aksenov.

Russia: ICBM successfully launched from the Barents Sea

An intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), dubbed 'Sineva,' was fired from the missile submarine, Verkhoturye, in Barents Sea on Saturday. The ICBM was directed to the combat landfill, Kura, which is located on the Kamchatka Peninsula.

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