Syrian Air Defences Respond to Enemy Attack, Down Several Targets – Reports

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According to Ikhbariya broadcaster, several targets have been shot down during an enemy attack over Damascus, Syria.

A military source told Syrian SANA news agency later that Israeli jets fired several missiles towards vicinity of Damascus, most of the missiles were downed.

According to the source, the airstrikes caused damage to a warehouse at Damascus International Airport.

A source in Syrian Ministry of Transport confirmed to SANA later that the Damascus International Airport traffic was not affected by the strikes.

READ MORE: Israeli Drone Violates Lebanese Airspace After Crossing Golan Heights – Reports

Previously, a Sputnik correspondent reported that Sounds of explosions were heard in Syria’s capital of Damascus, noting that it was yet unclear what caused them.

The sounds of blasts were first heard at 11:30 p.m. (21:30 GMT) on Friday and they continued into Saturday.

© Sputnik / Vyacheslav Afonin

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