Report explosions after bombing an Iranian base in Syria

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Unconfirmed sources have identified the aircraft as Israeli fighters
An Iranian military base in Syria was attacked by unidentified aircraft on Saturday night, Syrian media reported, quoted by the Jerusalem Post.
The Iranian base, located in the region of Jabal Azzan , south of Aleppo , is the largest in the country. According to reports, witnesses have observed explosions and flames in the facilities.
Other sources, unconfirmed, have identified the aircraft as Israeli fighters.
USA , United Kingdom Y France bombed Syria in the early hours of April 14 in response to the alleged chemical attack carried out last week in the city of Duma (Guta Oriental), which the West accuses the Government of Bashar al Assad without having any evidence.
The Syrian authorities have denied that Damascus perpetrated the alleged attack.
The Secretary of Defense of the United States (USA), James Mattis, admitted that his country does not have evidence of the use of chemical substances in Duma: “We do not have troops, we are not involved in the terrain there, so I can not say that we had evidence, even though we had many indications, “he said on Thursday.
Russian chemical and radiological safety services traveled to the alleged location of the incident but “no people were treated for chemical poisoning,” the Moscow Embassy in London said in a statement.
For Moscow, the alleged attack is “false” and is part of an attempt to divert attention from the Skripal case, given London’s refusal to cooperate with the investigation to clarify the facts and its insistence on launching “unjustified accusations against Russia”, declared the Russian Ambassador to the UN, Vasili Nebenzia.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said his government has “irrefutable data” that it is “a new staging” led by a country that “goes out of its way to be at the forefront of the Russophobic campaign.”
Source: RT

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