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Terrorists may use drones for their attacks

It said militants had used the province as the launchpad for a drone attack on two Russian bases in the last week.

The MoD also said that a United States spy plane flew over Syria around the time of the attack, which helped the rebels target the drones.

But Russia also fears that "hooligans" could use drones to cause disruption, said Melikov.

Russian and Syrian bombing runs have increased in Idlib in the last week, resulting in the deaths of many civilians, according to the Syrian Observatory For Human Rights. The Russian defence ministry's newspaper said on Wednesday the drones had been launched from the south-western part of theIdlib de-escalation zone held by "moderate opposition" armed groups.

She said the incidents were proof that "whoever conducted these attacks can still penetrate regime areas and impose costs on the Russians".

The rebel groups responded to the Russian escalation with attacks on Russian targets in Syria, including Khmeimim air base.

On Tuesday, the Russian Defence Ministry appeared to accuse the U.S. of being involved in the latest attack, claiming that an American Poseidon intelligence aircraft patrolling over the base during the attack was a "strange coincidence".

But the attack could indicate that militants opposed to the government of President Bashar Assad were stepping up the violence directed against the Russian military, which intervened in September 2015 to prop up the beleaguered Syrian government, then its main ally in the Middle East.

Ten assault drones were approaching the Khmeimim air base, and another three - the CSS point in Tartus.

During a surprise visit to Syria in early December, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the defeat of the Islamic State and ordered the withdrawal of a "significant" part of Russian troops from Syria.

The official military daily Krasnaya Zvezda (Red Star) cited the Defense Ministry as saying the drones targeting the Russian bases were launched from al-Mouazzara in Syria's northwestern province of Idlib, where Turkey wields influence with some rebel groups. Here's one being used against a Russian base on the coast of Syria.

The armed Unmanned Arial Vehicles (UAV) used in the attack, according to sources, could have been obtained only from a country possessing state-of-the-art technologies.

The daring use of short-range mortars also pointed to the inability of Syrian forces to protect the Alawite heartland from hit-and-run raids by the rebels.

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