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Two Alleged Israeli Airstrikes Target Syria within a Day

Two alleged Israeli airstrikes targeted both western and southern Syria within a matter of hours on Thursday night and Friday. According to the reports, IDF helicopters were seen firing rockets at numerous targets, with some reports from Syrian media claiming that the targets belonged to Hezbollah. Explosions were heard in the southern area of Homs after an attack on Friday morning, said the governor of the Homs Governorate to the Syrian state news agency SANA. The governor told SANA that an assault on a military site east of Homs caused explosions, leading to shells falling in the area, and injuring civilian bystanders. Ten injured people were treated at area hospitals, according to the Health Director of Homs, Dr. Hassan Al-Jundi. On Thursday, unidentified aircraft targeted Iran-backed militias in the area near the city of Al-Bukamal in the Deir Ezzor region of eastern Syria, according to the opposition-affiliated TV station Halab Today. Militants were killed and wounded in the strikes. The last attack by the IDF in Syria targeted the Damascus area on Monday night, killing at least seven people, including four operatives and three civilians. (VFI News)

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