Syria says it destroyed Israeli vehicle over ceasefire line

By REUTERS
May 21, 2013 12:12

 
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BEIRUT- Syria said on Tuesday its armed forces destroyed an Israeli vehicle after it crossed a ceasefire line into Syrian territory from the Golan Heights.

The statement by Syrian military leadership, broadcast on state television, came after Israel said one of its military vehicles in the Golan Heights was hit by gunfire from Syria.

Israel said the vehicle was damaged but none of its troops were wounded, and Israeli soldiers returned fire.

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