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BEIRUT (AP) — Israeli airstrikes focused the worldwide airport within the northern Syrian metropolis of Aleppo early Tuesday, killing one Syrian soldier and placing the airport out of fee, state media mentioned.

Syria’s state information company SANA, citing a navy official, mentioned two civilians and 5 different Syrian troopers had been wounded, and that Israel had launched airstrikes on different unnamed targets round Aleppo.

There was no quick assertion from Israeli authorities on the strikes.

The airport has been a key channel for the movement of help into the nation after the Feb. 6 earthquake hit Turkey and Syria, killing over 50,000 individuals, together with greater than 6,000 in Syria.

Britain-based opposition battle monitor the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights mentioned the strike focused a munitions depot by the airport. It additionally reported Israeli strikes at a navy airport within the Aleppo countryside, although Syrian state media didn’t report on the matter.

In March Israel struck Aleppo’s airport on two completely different events and put it out of fee for a number of days.

Israel, which has vowed to cease Iranian entrenchment subsequent door, has carried out tons of of strikes on targets in government-controlled components of neighboring Syria in recent times, however hardly ever acknowledges them.

SANA reported on Saturday that Israeli airstrikes over Homs wounded three civilians and {that a} civilian gas station caught fireplace. SOHR mentioned the missiles destroyed an ammunition depot belonging to Iran-backed Lebanese militant group Hezbollah at a navy airport within the countryside of Homs.

Albert Aji reported from Damascus.

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