Russian journalists come under fire in Syria (video)


A group of Russian journalists came under fire in Syria on Monday, Russian news agency TASS reports with reference to the Russian Defense Ministry.

“On November 23, when a group of Russian journalists visited the Syrian government army’s frontline positions in the area of Dagmashliya their vehicles were attacked with a guided anti-tank missile. Three Russian journalists were lightly injured and one of them shell-shocked,” the ministry said.

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TASS correspondent Alexander Yelistratov and Russia Today employees Sargon Khadaya and Roman Kosarev were among those who came under fire. Their health condition is not life-threatening.

phot., following TASS

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