Saturday Morning in Syria After Missile Attack; US Says Every Objective Target Hit

The Pentagon says that the U.S.-led airstrikes on Syria “successfully hit every target.” (April 14)

U.S Defense Department released images of missiles being launched against targets in Syria. (April 14)

Fighter jets were seen taking off from a British Royal Air Force (RAF) base in Cyprus early on Saturday morning. (April 13)

BBC: The US, UK and France have carried out air and missile strikes in Syria in retaliation for a suspected chemical weapons attack last Saturday, while the US says three targets were struck – a research facility in Damascus and storage facilities near Homs

Flares lit up the skies over Damascus, the Syrian capital, early Saturday morning as President Donald Trump announced military airstrikes by the U.S., in cooperation with French and British allies.

The Syrian Central Military Media released a nightscope video showing missiles over the city of Damascus during the airstrikes by the United States, France and Britain.

Syrian state TV has broadcast images of the destruction at a scientific research center near the capital of Damascus that was targeted in airstrikes by the United States, France and Britain. (April 14)

Damascus, Syria on Saturday morning: Syrians are partying on the streets according to an uncredited reporter that appears to resemble Oleg Blokhin, an ANNA reporter, who is alleged to also serve alongside the Syrian Republican Guard or Syrian Arab Army (not confirmed).

ANNA News is the Abkhazian Network News Agency from the disputed territory of Abkhazia on the eastern coast of the Black Sea in northwestern Georgia — maintaining distinctiveness from Georgia. During the Georgian–Abkhaz conflict, the Russian authorities and military supplied logistical and military aid to the separatist side. Russia still maintains a strong political and military influence over separatist rule in Abkhazia.

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