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Suspected Israeli missiles hit Syria for second day in a row

Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps said one of its officers was killed in the attack, and vowed revenge.
Israeli defense system Golan Heights

Syria reported more suspected Israeli strikes early Friday morning. It was the second Israeli attack in 24 hours. 

Missiles from the "Israeli enemy" hit unspecified targets in the Damascus countryside at 12:17 a.m. local time (5:17 p.m. ET Thursday), Syria's official SANA news agency reported. Syrian air defenses downed some of the missiles and the strike resulted in material damage. The attack came from the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights, the agency reported. 

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