In this photo made from the footage taken from Russian Defense Ministry official web site on Sunday, Oct. 4, 2015, an aerial view of a bomb explosion in Syria. (AP Photo/Russian Defense Ministry Press Service)
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Russia said Sunday its warplanes had carried out 20 missions during the day, striking 10 ISIS positions in the northwestern province of Idlib.The statement also said the warplanes attacked an ISIS training camp in Raqqa province.The strikes, on the fifth day of the air campaign which a statement from Russia's Defense Ministry called pinpoint, had also destroyed three ammunition stores and four ISIS command centers. Russia says they targeted the hard-line ISIS militants but some of the areas struck have little or no ISIS presence.The airstrikes in Hama targeted a region in the east of the province controlled by ISIS fighters, the Observatory said. Andrei Kartapolov from the Russian army General Staff said in a statement Saturday that Russian jets based in western Syria had carried out more than 60 sorties in 72 hours.
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