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Syria's Aleppo airport out of service after Israel's airstrike

Israel is suspected of carrying out several attacks on Syria this year as the Netanyahu government continues military planning related to Iran.
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Suspected Israeli airstrikes hit the Aleppo international airport in northern Syria early Tuesday morning, rendering it out of service since 2:07 a.m. local time. 

The Syrian military said Israel carried out an “aerial act of aggression” on the airport at the time and that the Israeli aircraft came from the west. There was material damage and the airport was left out of service, Syria’s official news outlet SANA reported. 

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