Israel Targets Iranian Military Base SW of Damascus
Dec 03, 2017, 00:48
At least two Israeli missiles have been intercepted outside the Syrian capital, state media said on Saturday, although some military targets suffered damage from the strikes.
The Syrian army's air defense at 12:30 AM Saturday, confronted an Israeli missile attack on one of the military sites in Damascus countryside, SANA reported Saturday morning.
An Israeli military spokeswoman declined to comment on reports of the attack. Foreign media reports state the location of the targeted base is Al-Kiswa, about 13 kilometers south of Damascus.
Hizballah fought a war with Israel in 2006. Like other recent strikes inside Syria, the Israeli jets reportedly fired from over Lebanese airspace, in order to avoid both Syrian anti-aircraft missile systems and provoking a Russian response. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's government has been warning since last summer that it will prevent Iran and its allies from having military bases near its territory. Satellite images showed construction at the alleged base.
Iran has provided critical support to President Bashar al-Assad's military in fighting Syrian rebels and Islamic State militants. With several hundred Revolutionary Guards and dozens of field instructors, he directs a multinational force comprising 7,000 Hezbollah fighters and several thousands of Shi'a combatants. Iran-backed Shi'ite militias, including Hezbollah, have helped Damascus regain control of swathes of the country.
The collaboration of Activision Blizzard and Amazon may pave the way more interesting technological integration in the future. Amazon's business subsidiary, Amazon Web Services, has announced a new initiative to get companies using Alexa in the office.
Usually, there are some doubts about the safety of online casinos since there are plenty of cheaters in the network. Software used in the online casino belongs to individual companies and not an own developments of casino owners.
The increase in real gross domestic product was driven by a four per cent expansion, at an annual rate, in household spending. But the strong November jobs numbers, marking Canada's 12th straight month of positive job creation, stood out.
The annual revenue of Metafrax Group exceeded USD 660 million and the annual volume of investments amounted to USD 80 million. CHEMICAL ASSETS In 2014 Seyfeddin Roustamov became the major shareholder of the chemical company Metafrax (Perm region).
With plenty of points to be won and lost, the title race is still very much on and Arsenal will be confident of bridging the gap. Defensively, Arsenal have improved since Shkodran Mustafi joined the club in the summer but there is still room for improvement.
And when it comes to Harley Quinn and all of the other badass women in Batman's rogues gallery, there's a lot of potential. And Margot Robbie says you can add one more Harley-centric project to your bucket list: a solo movie.
But the prime minister's bid to nurture a close relationship with the unpredictable president has not gone according to plan. Labour's Naz Shah accused him of promoting "the hate-filled ideology of fascism".
Tesla builds world's biggest battery in Australian Outback
The state of South Australia announced on Friday that it had made a wonderful solution to the country's energy difficulties. Lithium-ion batteries have a greater charge cycle than conventional lead-acid batteries, and can respond within seconds.
Ole Miss get 2-year bowl ban, other penalties in NCAA case
Phone records that showed Freeze calling numbers linked to escort services with his university phone came out during that lawsuit. Friday afternoon, Chancellor Jeff Vitter and AD Ross Bjork publicly addressed the NCAA sanctions imposed upon Ole Miss. .