Syrian state TV shows the ruins of airstrike (VIDEO)


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Syrian state television has broadcast footage showing the ruins of a chemical weapons research centre near Damascus hit during the air strikes.

Pentagon officials say the attacks targeted the heart of Syrian President Bashar Assad’s programs to develop and produce chemical weapons.

It is important to note that the article goes on to state the following:

The Syrian military says more than one 100 missiles were fired against a military base in Syria’s central Homs province and the research centre in Barzeh, near Damascus.

Also from the Daily Mail:

— Syrian State TV showed the ruins of the facility in Barzeh, near Damascus,
— It has described the attacks as ‘flagrant violation’ of international law,
–The United States and its allies waged up to 120 air strikes on Syria on Friday,
–The Pentagon could not confirm how many missiles hit their targets,
–Mattis and Dunford acknowledged the strike was designed to degrade Syria’s chemical weapons capability without killing civilians ,
–Syrian state TV says 13 missiles fired in US-led attack had been shot down,
–It said three civilians have been wounded in the attack on a military base in Homs,
–President Donald Trump said Friday evening he ordered precision strikes in Syria,
— Said it was in retaliation for Bashar al-Assad’s poison gas attack last weekend.



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