Russia's Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu confirmed to Russian President Vladimir Putin that naval missile strikes have joined in on the attack against the Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) in Syria, during a meeting in Sochi on Wednesday. The attacks were launched from the Caspian Sea over 1,500 kilometres (932 miles) away where "four rocket ships staged 26 launches on 11 targets," according to the Defence Minister. "According to data all the targets were destroyed and civilians were not affected," he added. Shoigu went on to say that in the first week of Russia's air campaign against anti-government groups in Syria "112 targets have been hit. The intensity of the attacks is growing." In that time some "19 command centres, 12 ammunition dumps, 71 combat vehicles, and six explosive factories were destroyed," he said. Russia launched airstrikes in Syria a week ago after Syrian President Bashar al-Assad sought Moscow's support, resulting in the deployment of warplanes and attack helicopters to the country.
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