Personnel of the 51st squadron Immelmann enter a military aircraft before taking off from the German army Bundeswehr air base in Jagel, northern Germany.
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Germany's spy agency is working again with Syrian President Bashar Assad's secret service to swap information on Islamist militants, the Bild daily said, despite Berlin's opposition to Assad staying in power under any peace deal for Syria.German media have dubbed the mission Chancellor Angela Merkel's "first war" and have highlighted the risks of German pilots crashing in Daesh-held territory.Germany's defense minister has ruled out any cooperation between German forces due to take part in the military campaign against Daesh and Assad's forces.
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