Satellite images: See what Israeli jets bombed in Syria’s Lattakia
Israeli satellite operator ImageSat International (iSi) published satellite photos emerge aftermath of the recent airstrikes conducted by Israeli jets on the coastal city of Lattakia.
The images show pictures of alleged ammunition warehouses that struck by 4 Israeli warplanes, located on the vicinity of Lattakia city.
“The ammunition warehouse [striked] two day ago in #Latakia, #Syria, is completely destroyed,” iSi published on Twitter late on Wednesday.
Earlier, the Russian MoD confirmed that the Il-20 was downed by an S-200 anti-aircraft missile. Russian held Israel fully responsible for the incident.
“The Israeli planes deliberately created a dangerous situation for surface ships and aircraft in the area,” a defense ministry spokesman said.
Preliminary #BDA – the ammunition warehouse striked two day ago in #Latakia, #Syria, is completely destroyed. pic.twitter.com/Wg5MRgiOFR
— ImageSat Intl. (@ImageSatIntl) September 19, 2018
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