Ryabkov said that US claims of being in Syria principally to battle the jihadist group were not equal to its actions on the ground, in what he called a "two-faced" Syria policy.
A senior Russian official has denounced what he called the "two-faced policy" of the USA, saying it was to blame for the death of a Russiangeneral, Valery Asapov, in Syria, according to an RIA news agency report.
The Russian Defence Ministry said on Sunday the general had been killed by shelling near Deir al-Zor.
On Sept. 16, the group said six of its fighters were wounded in airstrikes by regime and Russian warplanes in the Al-Sinaaiya area around seven kilometers (4 miles) from the eastern bank of the Euphrates.
Russia warned the United States on Thursday it would target USA -backed militias in Syria if Russian troops again came under fire, as the United States disclosed an unusual face-to-face meeting between US and Russiangenerals meant to avoid such clashes.
Spokesman Mustafa Bali said the attack on Monday "by land and air" had wounded SDF fighters. Moscow denied the allegation that it struck the militia's forces at the Conoco gas plant.
Rapid advances by the Syrian and Russian forces are bringing nearer the time the war-torn country is brought back under control of the "legitimate government of Syria, as recognized by the United Nations", which doesn't sit well with the U.S. and part of the Kurdish forces, that strive for an independent state of their own in Syria and Iraq.
The ministry said Lieutenant-General Valeryi Asapov died at a command station manned by Syrian troops, assisting commanders in the liberation of the city.
Syria's largest oil field, the al-Omar, is located on the eastern side of the river.
Previously, the U.S-led coalition had downed Iranian drones in the area, considering them hostile because they dropped ammunition near a base where USA troops operated alongside allied Syrian opposition fighters.
The group has taken over 90 percent of the Raqqa province, the de facto capital of IS in northern Syria. SDF commander Ahmed Abu Khawla toldReuters that Saturday's advance has brought his group within 2.5 miles (4km) of pro-government forces also fighting ISIS in the province.
North Korean textile exports in 2016 totaled $750 million, according to South Korea's Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency. Trump asserted that North Korea's reckless pursuit of nuclear weapons threatens entire world with huge loss of human life.
The army then reported the incident to the Delhi Police, who arrested her on charges of "causing hurt to deter a public servant". The 44-year-old is reportedly a divorcee who puts up in Gurugram with her parents.
They said that a bullet hit Bahadur on the left side of his abdomen and succumbed to injuries on the way to hospital. BSF troops guarding the border, retaliated the firing and gave a befitting reply while on civilian was also injured.
The future path for Jose seems to change everyday, however it is now inching closer to the east coast of the U.S. The category one storm, meandering south of the island, nonetheless remains a potential threat to Bermuda.
Earlier the Missouri crews were committed to two cooperatives in South Carolina, Berkeley and Palmetto electric cooperatives. More than 6.5 million homes and businesses statewide lost power, and 220,000 people huddled in shelters.
Hospital spokesman Mike Barwell says that Dartmouth-Hitchcock was locked down and that local and state police are on site. The name of the suspect wasn't immediately released by officials and the victim's condition is now unknown.
An Uber spokesman said: 'We plan to file an appeal, we stand ready and willing to talk to TfL and put things right for Londoners. Saturday night the Save Your Uber in London campaign on the Change.org website had gained almost 600,000 signatures.
Of all the No10s at Koeman's disposal it seemed a trifle odd to choose Davy Klaassen for the central role. The post Ronald Koeman Hails Oumar Niasse After Bournemouth Heroics appeared first on 360Nobs.com .
If this was the case, then Hoffman had previously set up the in-character reaction in the weeks leading up to the Emmys . Laura Dern is pretty much the last person you could accuse of elitism in Hollywood, as I'm sure Hoffman knows.
Three points tomorrow would be a real statement from Watford and put to bed a long, fruitless spell of games against City. City are clearly in confident mood, but Watford may prove a tough nut to crack even for their potent strike force.
Mormon University Ends Ban On Caffeinated Soda
In 2012, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints clarified its stance on caffeine is a statement released to NBC. It's called Caffeine Corner , a service that says it can deliver a cold Coke, Diet Coke, Mountain Dew or Dr.
"America's Got Talent" crowns new champion
Mel B had used her Golden Buzzer for Darci Lynne and there is no question she is a favorite of the judges and the audience to win. On Wednesday, the most-watched season of America's Got Talent came to a close, and the country voted on the new champion.
Kenyan chief justice vows to protect rule of law
The court annulled President Uhuru Kenyatta's re-election earlier this month saying there were irregularities and illegalities. It comes as riot police fired tear gas at supporters of Kenyatta amid protests outside the Supreme Court.
Wenger prefers top-four finish over Europa League glory
The three-time Champions League victor has scored 181 goals in Madrid but could be forced to make way for new signings coming in. And Wenger is clearly prioritising that one, with a host of big names sitting out Wednesday's session.