Sunday, April 15, 2018

Syria fired 40 missiles 'at nothing' after allied air strikes destroyed three Assad chemical sites

A map displaying areas targeted in U.S.-led airstrikes in Syria: Dept, of Defense
The Assad Regime fired 40 defensive missiles at thin air in a failed attempt to save the three Syrian chemical weapons sites destroyed by allied air strikes, the Pentagon said. 
A total of 105 missiles rained down on a research centre in Damascus as well as a storage site and a bunker 15 miles west of Homs at 4am Syrian time
Britain launched eight Storm Shadow cruise missiles from the sky as the US and France provided support from the sea and jets.
France fired 12 cruise missiles, three from a frigate and nine from aircraft, while the US provided the bulk of the firepower with 85 missiles in total. (Read Article)