Anti-aircraft missiles fired at Israeli air force in Syria

By REUTERS
March 17, 2017 06:54
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JERUSALEM - The Israeli military said anti-aircraft missiles were fired on Friday at its air force, which was operating in Syria.

Rocket sirens had sounded in Israeli settlements in the Jordan Valley
in the occupied West Bank and two Reuters witnesses heard an explosion a few minutes later.

The military said in its statement that one of the anti-aircraft missiles had been intercepted.

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