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12 May
Israeli air strikes destroy a 12-storey building in Gaza City as Israel and Hamas exchange heavy fire, in a dramatic escalation between the bitter foes sparked by unrest at Jerusalem's flashpoint Al-Aqsa Mosque compound. 1st IMAGES
20 Apr 2020
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4 Jun 2019
Afghan civilians now main victims of US air strikes.
14 Oct 2018
Air strikes by the Saudi-led coalition fighting the Houthi group in Yemen killed at least 10 civilians in Hodeidah province on Saturday (October 13), medics and Houthi media said.
12 Aug 2018
Dozens of air strikes and shelling hit parts of the last swathe of Syrian territory still held by rebels on Friday, according to rebels, rescue workers and a war monitoring group, in a possible prelude to a full-scale government offensive.
15 Apr 2018
Buildings said to be part of a scientific research centre in the Damascus district of Barzeh were severely damaged following air strikes carried out by the U.S., France and Britain on Saturday (April 14).
31 Dec 2017
New footage shows rescue attempts after air strikes hit Syrian suburb.
3 Dec 2017
Video released on social media appears to show aftermath of air strikes in Eastern Ghouta.
30 Sep 2017
Air strikes in Syria's rebel-held Idlib kill 28-Observatory.
23 Jul 2017
Air strikes hit Damascus suburb of Ain Tarma - monitor.
7 Apr 2017
Syrian state-run television shows the aftermath of U.S. air strikes that hit an air base near the Syrian town of Khan Sheikhoun.

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