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Israel conducts air strikes on targets in Syria through Lebanon's airspace

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Israel has conducted several airstrikes through Lebanon’s airspace on targets in Syria, according to local media in Lebanon.

Syrian State Media said that Syrian air defenses have confronted targets in the sky of Damascus, launched from the airspace of Lebanon.

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A high-ranking security source told Russia’s Sputnik that the Syrian air defenses have confronted missiles launched by Israeli planes from the airspace of the Lebanese Republic, attempting to target the vicinity of the capital, Damascus, from the southwestern side.

The source confirmed that the air defense missiles were able to confront most of the Israeli missiles before reaching their target.

“The technical teams are assessing the damage caused by the Israeli aggression,” the source added.

The Israeli raids targeted military sites of the regime forces used by Iranian militias to develop weapons in the Barzeh and Jamraya area in the countryside of the capital, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.

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