Syria fires missiles at Israeli jets following airstrikes

Syria fired missiles at Israeli warplanes early Friday after a series of Israeli airstrikes inside Syria — a rare military exchange between the two hostile neighbors that was confirmed by both sides. The Israeli military said its aircraft struck several targets in Syria and were back in Israeli-controlled airspace when several anti-aircraft missiles were launched… Read More Syria fires missiles at Israeli jets following airstrikes

Rate this:

Syria fires anti-aircraft missiles at Israeli jets after air raids

The Syrian air force has fired numerous anti-aircraft missiles at intruding Israeli fighter jets, which carried out fresh airstrikes in the Arab country. In a Friday statement, the Israeli military said its warplanes bombed “several targets in Syria. Several anti-aircraft missiles were launched from Syria following the mission.” It also said the Israeli air force… Read More Syria fires anti-aircraft missiles at Israeli jets after air raids

Rate this:

UPDATES: Pilot of crashed Syrian jet rescued in Turkey

The pilot of a Syrian military aircraft that crashed near the border between Syria and Turkey has been found alive and taken to a hospital, officials say. The Syrian pilot ejected before the crash, in southern Turkey. He has some spinal fractures but is not in a critical condition, reports say. It is unclear what… Read More UPDATES: Pilot of crashed Syrian jet rescued in Turkey

Rate this:

BREAKING: Syrian fighter plane goes missing near Turkey

A Syrian fighter jet has gone missing during a reconnaissance mission close to the border with Turkey. On Saturday evening, the Syrian army announced that it had lost contact with one of its reconnaissance planes, adding that search parties are currently trying to locate its pilot, who is thought to have ejected. Turkish Prime Minister… Read More BREAKING: Syrian fighter plane goes missing near Turkey

Rate this:

Syria war: ‘First chemical attack’ in Mosul battle injures twelve

Twelve civilians have been injured in Mosul in what appears to be the first chemical weapon attack in the battle for the IS stronghold. A doctor from the International Red Cross (ICRC), based in nearby Irbil, confirmed the incident to the BBC. An 11-year-old boy has severe respiratory and skin problems and a month-old baby… Read More Syria war: ‘First chemical attack’ in Mosul battle injures twelve

Rate this:

Syrian government ‘ready’ for prisoner swap with rebels

The Syrian government signaled on Monday that it was ready to agree to prisoner swaps with rebel groups, a confidence-building measure that might help both sides prepare to attend peace talks. The government is “continuously ready” for such an exchange with rebel groups, “particularly in the framework of efforts being made for the coming meeting… Read More Syrian government ‘ready’ for prisoner swap with rebels

Rate this:

Hezbollah, Iran support Syria ceasefire as agreed in Astana: Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah

Secretary general of the Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement says the movement and Iran support Syria ceasefire as agreed through negotiations in Kazakhstan’s capital city of Astana, slamming some media reports to the contrary. Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah made the remarks from the southern Lebanese city of Baalbek on Sunday afternoon while addressing a ceremony held to… Read More Hezbollah, Iran support Syria ceasefire as agreed in Astana: Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah

Rate this:

Daesh executes 40 civilians in northern Syrian town: Report

The Daesh Takfiri terrorist group has reportedly executed more than three dozen civilians in Syria’s strategic northern province of Aleppo as they continue to lose ground in battles against government forces. The media bureau of Syria’s Joint Operations Command announced in a statement on Saturday that Daesh extremists had rounded up 40 civilians in the… Read More Daesh executes 40 civilians in northern Syrian town: Report

Rate this: