Syria complains to UN over alleged Israeli strikes

By REUTERS
May 5, 2013 18:00

 
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Syrian state television reported Sunday that alleged Israeli bombing around a military research facility at Jamraya on the outskirts of Damascus earlier in the day caused "many civilian casualties and widespread damage."

The report quoted a letter from the Syrian foreign minister to the United Nations saying: "The blatant Israeli aggression has the aim to provide direct military support to the terrorist groups after they failed to control territory."

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