Israel attacks Syrian military targets
Israel has fired missiles at a Syrian military facility north-west of Damascus, according to a Syrian military source and a war monitor.
The Syrian Observatory of Human Rights says the missiles were fired from warplanes believed to be Israeli at targets that included a scientific research centre, near Jamrya on the outskirts of the Syrian capital.
The military source said Syrian air defence systems intercepted three of the missiles.Six dead in ex-army officer's kill spree
There was no comment from Israel, which rarely confirms the strikes it conducts inside Syria.
Iran and the Lebanese Hezbollah movement are allied with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in Syria's civil war.
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