Dozens of missiles were shot down by anti-aircraft systems in Syrian airspace.
PIC: An Israeli soldier stands on top of Merkava Mark IV tanks as troops take position near the Syrian border in the Israeli-annexed Golan Heights on May 9. (AFP)
DAMASCUS - Israeli missile strikes fired at Syria hit military bases, as well as an arms depot and military radar, Syrian state media said on Thursday, without specifying the location.
The official SANA news agency added that "dozens of missiles were shot down by anti-aircraft systems in Syrian airspace," saying a number of missiles had reached their targets.