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One killed, three soldiers injured in Israeli attack in Syria- SANA

Reuters | Cairo | Updated: 30-12-2020 06:48 IST | Created: 30-12-2020 06:48 IST
One killed, three soldiers injured in Israeli attack in Syria- SANA

One person was killed and three soldiers were injured as a result of "Israeli aggression" in the Damascus countryside, Syrian state news agency SANA reported early on Wednesday, quoting a military source.

Earlier on Wednesday, SANA said that Syrian air defences thwarted "Israeli aggression" in the Damascus countryside.

(This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)



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