Friday, April 7, 2017

Observatory: Killing Four Soldiers And The Destruction Of "Almost Complete" in the capillaries base in Syria after the US strike


Four soldiers were killed and the right of destruction "almost completed" military base capillaries in central Syria after the US strike, which targeted dozens of rockets, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said on Friday.


The observatory said director Rami Abdel Rahman told AFP, "the airport was destroyed almost completely, including the aircraft and air defense bases," adding that "the airport runway and hangars and fuel storage building and air defenses are all completely destroyed."

The longer the damage, according to Abdel-Rahman, housing officers at the airport.

US strike also left according to the saying of "four soldiers, including a brigadier," as well as the killing of scores of injuries.

Abdul Rahman said that the IPL airport, which is the second largest military airport in Syria, featuring "Sukhoi 22 and Sukhoi 24 and MiG-23 aircraft," pointing out that "the airport where it took off the Sukhoi aircraft, which bombed Khan Shaikhoun."

The US military was ordered by President Donald Trump blew up Friday 59 guided missile Tomahawks targeted military capillaries airport "associated with the program," the Syrian chemical weapons and "directly related" events "terrible" that took place Tuesday morning in Khan Sheikhun, reportedly a US official.

The US military strike came far the UN Security Council failed to agree on a draft resolution in response to the "chemical attack" on Khan Sheikhoun, which has killed 86 people, including 30 children.

The Syrian government has denied the bombing of Khan Shaikhoun materials "chemical". And he confirmed that Damascus and its ally Moscow that Syrian warplanes targeted a warehouse Tuesday morning opposition factions contain "toxic substances".

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