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MOSCOW, October 3. /TASS/. Russia’s television channels NTV and Zvezda said on Monday their shooting crews came under shelling near Syria’s Aleppo.
NTV said the incident involved its reporter Alexander Terekhin and cameraman Igor Michkin.
Earlier on Monday, Zvezda reported an incident with its shooting crew near Aleppo. The journalists came under shelling when they were on their way from Aleppo to the Handarat refugee camp in the city’s northwestern suburb.
"We have come under shelling. Sitting behind the bus, hiding. Aimed fire," Zvezda quoted correspondent Maxim Gritsenko.