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Jihadist Group Releases Footage Of SVBIED Attack On Russian-Turkish Patrol

Published Oct. 22, 2020

The jihadist group that claimed responsibility for the July 14, 2020 SVBIED attack on a joint Russian-Turkish patrol in Idlib just released a teaser type video of the incident.


The video released by Kataib Khattab al-Shishani was presented on Twitter by open-source researcher Hugo Kaaman. It shows just enough of the event to see the approach of the suicide vehicle borne improvised explosive device (SVBIED) as well as the actual blast.


We previously released a different angle of the attack recorded by local security cameras. To see that video, click >>>HERE<<< It was initially reported that the attack resulted in three wounded Russian soldiers and several wounded Turkish troops.

Published Oct. 22, 2020

The jihadist group that claimed responsibility for the July 14, 2020 SVBIED attack on a joint Russian-Turkish patrol in Idlib just released a teaser type video of the incident.


The video released by Kataib Khattab al-Shishani was presented on Twitter by open-source researcher Hugo Kaaman. It shows just enough of the event to see the approach of the suicide vehicle borne improvised explosive device (SVBIED) as well as the actual blast.


We previously released a different angle of the attack recorded by local security cameras. To see that video, click >>>HERE<<< It was initially reported that the attack resulted in three wounded Russian soldiers and several wounded Turkish troops.

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