Moscow says U.S. jets bombed Aleppo, not Russian ones

Moscow says U.S. jets bombed Aleppo, not Russian ones

PanARMENIAN.Net - Russia's Defense Ministry said on Thursday, February 11 that U.S. aircraft had carried out a bombing attack on the Syrian town of Aleppo on Wednesday, which the U.S. later said had been carried out by Russian planes, the TASS agency reported, according to Reuters.

TASS cited a defense ministry spokesman as saying that two U.S. A-10 ground attack aircraft, flying from Turkey, had bombed objects in Aleppo.

The spokesman also said that a Pentagon spokesman had accused Russia of bombing two hospitals in the town on Wednesday.

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