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Kerry Proposing Joint US-Russian Airstrikes in Syria

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According to a leaked U.S. plan, Washington and Moscow would merge their respective air campaigns against non-state armed groups in Syria. The United States will propose increasing military cooperation and sharing intelligence with Russia to identify and target Islamic State group and al-Qaida headquarters, training camps and supply routes in Syria, the Washington Post reported. The extent of coordination set out in the document would represent a major shift after years of rivalry between Washington and Moscow.

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