Smoke billows from buildings that were hit by reported Russian airstrikes in the rebel-hold town of Muhambal.
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Israeli jets flying high over Lebanon struck at targets inside Syria Tuesday, Syrian state media reported, in a rare daytime raid that killed at least one person.Israel is believed to be behind a string of strikes targeting government and allied military installations in Syria, in order to disrupt weapons transfers between its archenemies Iran and the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah.Elsewhere in Syria, at least eight people were killed in airstrikes in the northern Idlib province, where Syria's rebels are holed up in their last major bastion. Those strikes were likely carried out by the Syrian government or its allies, which are preparing for a major offensive.Observatory blamed the strikes on Russia, which intervened in Syria's civil war in 2015 to support President Bashar Assad.Syria's government is determined to retake Idlib, which it says is being held hostage by terrorists.The Syrian government denies ever using chemical weapons.
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