Islamic state says has captured pilot of crashed Syrian warplane

By REUTERS
April 22, 2016 23:39

 
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BEIRUT - Islamic State affiliated news agency Amaq said on Friday the pilot of a warplane which crashed southeast of Damascus has been captured after landing by parachute close to the site of the crash.

"The pilot, called Azzam Eid, from Hama was captured after he fell by parachute near the site where his plane crashed east of Damascus," Amaq said.

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