Aram Nerguizian

Center for Strategic and International Studies

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Military analyst at the Center for Strategic and International Studies

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Twice during the past few days, Israel reportedly struck military installations near Damascus, the capital of Syria.

Israeli Strike on Syria Puts Pressure on US

Twice during the past few days, Israel reportedly struck military installations near Damascus, the capital of Syria.

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