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12 people killed in the fall of Syrian fighter jet near the border with Turkey

Representational file photo
Representational file photo


(IraqiNews.com) Baghdad – The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights announced the killing of at least 12 people in the crash of a fighter jet belonging to the Syrian Air Force in a crowded market near the border with Turkey.

The British news agency “BBC” quoted the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights as saying: “a fighter jet belonging to the Syrian Air Force crashed in a crowded market in the town of Jericho controlled by the opposition northwest of the country near the border with Turkey, which resulted in the killing of at least 12 people.”

The observatory added that “The incident also resulted in the wounding of dozens,” while Syrian army have not issued any comment yet.


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  1. On Monday during a bombing run over the rebel-held north-western town of Ariha the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) said “It was flying at a low altitude when it had a mechanical failure.” It crashed near a vegetable market in the town of Ariha killing and injuring all those people.

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