Russian President Vladimir Putin and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attend a meeting at the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia May 9, 2018. Sergei Ilnitsky/Pool via REUTERS
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Russia is unlikely to try to limit Israel's military actions in Syria, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Wednesday after meeting Russian President Vladimir Putin.Since intervening in the Syrian civil war on behalf of President Bashar Assad in 2015, Russia has generally turned a blind eye to Israeli attacks on suspected arms transfers and deployments by Assad's Iranian and Lebanese Hezbollah allies.But Moscow's condemnation of an April 9 strike that killed seven Iranian personnel set off speculation in Israel that Russian patience might be wearing thin.The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the overnight airstrike near Damascus killed at least 15 people, including eight Iranians.Israel recognizes the Russian date, May 9 .
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