ISIS suffers another day of heavy losses as Russia continues bombing the hell out of them
- Russian jets flew more than 100 combat sorties in Syria on Thursday
- Followed on from 126 sorties flown by Russian military on Wednesday
- Bombs targeted headquarters in Idlib, fuel depot and a factory
- Putin ordered an escalation of bombing against ISIS after it was confirmed Russian passenger plane was brought down by an affiliated group
ISIS has suffered a third day of heavy losses as the Russians continued their bombing blitz against the terror group.
Russian jets flew more than 100 combat sorties on Thursday, following 126 the day before, after President Vladimir Putin ordered the military to escalate their campaign in Syria.
His order came after it was confirmed the Russian plane crash in Egypt that killed all 224 people on board was downed in a terror attack, which ISIS-affiliated groups claimed responsibility for.
Russia’s Colonel General Andrei Kartapolov said a squadron of Tu-22M3 long-range bombers struck six facilities in the provinces of Raqqa and Deir el Zour, hitting ISIS oil refineries, an ammunition depot and a facility manufacturing and repairing mortars.
Meanwhile, Tu-95 strategic bombers launched 12 long-range cruise missiles on targets, including its headquarters in the province of Idlib, fuel depots and a factory making explosives.
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