Western diplomat: Israel hits target in Syria border area

By REUTERS
January 30, 2013 13:52

 
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LONDON - Israeli forces attacked a target on the Syrian-Lebanese border overnight, a western diplomat and a security source said on Wednesday, at a time of growing concern in the Jewish state over the fate of Syrian chemical and conventional weapons.

The sources, who declined to be named because of the sensitivity of the issue, had no further information about what might have been hit or where precisely the attack happened.Earlier, the Lebanese army reported a heavy presence of Israeli jets over its territory throughout the night.



"There was definitely a hit in the border area," the source said.

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