The Russian General staff presented the space with the consequences of the attack, the U.S. air force on October 24 at the Iraqi city of tall Kayf, located 14 kilometers North of Mosul. On Thursday, November 3, reports RIA Novosti.
"The slide shows the results of this impact. On the satellite image to the left taken on 24 October — that is, before the impact of coalition aircraft, you see the school building and houses, and on the right is after. It is clearly visible that the defeat of the aircraft was applied in the vicinity of the school building, which was damaged by shrapnel and shock wave", — said the head of the Main operational Directorate of the General staff Sergey rudskoy.
24 Oct rudskoy said that the aircraft tactical aircraft the U.S. air force launched a missile and bomb strike on the building of the school in tel-High. In the attack, according to staff, there are dead and wounded.
21 October, according to information of staff, U.S. air force aircraft struck blow to another school, located in the southern part of Mosul.
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