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.Window blind deaths, ban cords: study
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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