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Two U.S.-backed fighters opposed to ISIS were killed in airstrikes in Syria that Washington has blamed on Moscow, activists said Friday.The Syrians belonged to the New Syrian Army, trained by the British and the Americans in a coalition camp in Jordan, while the Iraqis were tribal fighters, he said.A senior U.S. defense official in Washington earlier accused Russia of bombing U.S.-backed fighters in Al-Tanaf and said the incident raised "serious concern".The Observatory said it was not the first time that Russia had targeted U.S.-backed rebels since launching an aerial campaign in support of Syria's regime in September.
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