Activity at Damascus Airport Suspended Again

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Activity at Damascus Airport Suspended Again

Damascus airport activity halted once again

According to the Syrian Human Rights Watch and state media in the country, Damascus International Airport was targeted by Israeli missile attacks again on Monday afternoon, November 26, causing the airport to be taken out of operational status.

Previously, since the start of the Israel-Hamas war on October 7, the capital’s airport had been targeted twice by Israeli airstrikes.

The latest round of these attacks occurred on October 22, causing significant damage to the airport’s infrastructure and rendering it non-operational for approximately two days.

However, just 24 hours after resuming operations, new attacks took place and airport services were halted once again.

According to the Syrian Human Rights Watch report, Israeli missiles hit the airport runways on Monday.


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