This photo made from the footage taken from Russian Defense Ministry official web site Friday, Nov. 6, 2015, shows a target hit during a Russian air raid in Syria. (AP Photo/ Russian Defense Ministry Press Service)
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Airstrikes by Russian warplanes on the ISIS-held Syrian city of Raqqa killed 42 people earlier this week, including 27 civilians, activist group the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said Friday.The bombings add to a civilian death toll from Russian strikes, which the Syrian Network for Human Rights, another activist group, said Monday stood at 254 people killed in just over a month.Russian strikes have hit ISIS-held areas further east, but have been mostly concentrated in the west.
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