A view of Kremlin' Grand Kremlin Palace, center, Towers, Churches and frozen Moskva (Moscow) river in Moscow, Russia, Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2018. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko)
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The Russian Foreign Ministry said Tuesday that several dozen Russian citizens and citizens of other countries in the former Soviet Union had been wounded in recent clashes in Syria and were being treated in Russian hospitals.Sources told Reuters last week that as many as 300 men working for a Kremlin-linked private military contractor had been either killed or injured fighting in Syria earlier in February in a clash with the U.S.-led coalition.It denied that the incident involved any Russian military.Russian officials refuse to admit Russian mercenaries are in Syria despite mounting reported evidence that they are active fighting in the interests of the Syrian government.
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