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Iran says Syria has right to defend itself

SBS Friday, 11 May 2018
Syria has every right to defend itself against aggression from Israel, state TV has reported, quoting the Iranian foreign ministry.
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It's after Israel launched heavy strikes on what it said was Iranian military infrastructure inside Syria.

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