Stray projectile from Syria explodes in Golan, no injuries

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September 26, 2015 18:57

 
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A projectile fired from Syria exploded in the northern Golan Heights on Saturday evening.

The IDF has assessed that the projectile is an incident of stray fire from nearby civil war battles, raging between Assad regime forces and rebels. The projectile landed in an open area, and did not cause injuries or damages.

The Home Front Command's siren system did not go off since the projectile was headed for an unpopulated area.

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