Putin, Netanyahu Meet Amid Reports of Aerial Incidents in Syria; Kremlin Denies Pressure on RBC

April 22, 2016
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Russian President Vladimir Putin meet in the Kremlin on April 21, 2016. Photo by i24news.tv

LIVE UPDATES: President Vladimir Putin and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met yesterday in Moscow amid reports of Russian aerial incidents against Israel’s jets in Syria.

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