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    Israeli Attacks on Targets in Syria in February 2018 (23)

    TEL AVIV (Sputnik) - An Israeli Air Force jet came down in the country’s north, an army spokesperson told Sputnik on Saturday.

    "I can confirm that a plane crashed in northern Israel. We have no information about casualties," the spokesperson said. She did not comment on the cause of the crash.

    An Israeli television channel reported that the crashed plane was an F-16 fighter jet. Earlier, the Israeli army announced that its helicopter downed an Iranian drone and struck at what the Israeli military claimed to be Iranian targets in Syria, prompting fire from the Syrian air defense systems.

    Recently, local media reported that Israeli military carried out several airstrikes on Syrian territory. This has prompted Damascus to react by writing letters to UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres and to the UN Security Council, asking for help.

    The Syrian Foreign Ministry also accused Tel Aviv of coordinating its actions with terrorist groups, saying that Israel poses a threat to global security.

    Israeli Attacks on Targets in Syria in February 2018 (23)


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