Satellite images show damage done by alleged Israeli strike

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February 6, 2013 20:03

 
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New satellite images aired on Channel 2 News on Wednesday evening show the wreckage caused by the alleged Israeli strike on a Hezbollah-bound weapons convoy in Syria.

The before and after images show a burnt road, as well as a crater caused by a bomb that missed its target.

The images don't show any damage done to a military research facility nearby that Syrians claim have been the target of the reported attack.

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