Syria says Aleppo airport shut after alleged Israeli strikes

Emanuel (Mannie) Fabian is The Times of Israel's military correspondent.

The official Syrian SANA news agency says Aleppo International Airport is out of service following an airstrike the country has blamed on Israel.

According to SANA, Israeli jets launched a number of missiles from over the Mediterranean Sea at the airport in northern Syria, causing damage to the runway.

There are no immediate reports of injuries in the attack, the second attributed to Israel in a week.

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