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Russian defense ministry masks three military bases as children's camps

These appeared to be transshipment points for Russian hired guns who will go to Syria
22:18, 4 April 2019

Russian military base in Molkino
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There are three barracks of the Russian army disguised as children's camps, located not far from Krasnodar, southern Russia. They serve as the transshipment points for Russian military specialists who will head for Syria later.

Reuters reported this, referring to court documents and the interlocutors bound with the fighters who stayed in these buildings. 

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The two-storey buildings located on the said base were built in 2015. Reuters correspondents saw cars entering the premises of the base, with gunmen in Russian military uniforms checking the IDs. 

A relative of one of the fighters entered the camp as well; he told the outlet that the barracks served as transshipment points on the way to Syria.

The Russian army did not respond to the agency's request about this particular case.

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Earlier, The Associated Press has revealed shocking details of training kids to kill at Ukrainian nationalist camp. "The camp has two purposes: to train children to defend their country from Russians and their sympathizers — and to spread nationalist ideology. “We never aim guns at people,” instructor Yuri “Chornota” Cherkashin tells them. “But we don’t count separatists, little green men, occupiers from Moscow, as people. So we can and should aim at them,” western journalists wrote. 

The far-right organizers of this children's camps are associated with violence and racism, and this summer camp endorses white nationalistic rhetoric against LGBT rights and Muslims.

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