Beirut. Israel carried out airstrikes in several parts of Syria’s Homs province early on Sunday, injuring five soldiers. Syrian government media provided this information. The Israeli Air Force has targeted various targets for the ninth time since the beginning of the year, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
State news agency SANA quoted military sources as saying that several locations in the city of Homs and surrounding areas had been targeted. The agency claimed that Syrian air defenses shot down several Israeli missiles in the air. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that the missiles hit Iran-linked militia installations, including military bases and research centers in Syria. There was no immediate statement from Israel regarding the attack.
Oil exports from Iraqi Kurdistan likely to resume on Tuesday
Iraqi government and regional officials are in the process of finalizing the relevant agreements, and oil exports from Iraqi Kurdistan may resume on April 4. Rudo broadcaster provided this information in its report, citing sources. Reports suggest talks are taking place between the government and local authorities, and an agreement could be announced as early as next week. The report said the Iraqi Kurdistan local government will monitor revenues it earns from oil exports.
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