Daily uk news Iranian colonel is killed by bomb blast in Syria: Tehran blames Israel and says it will pay for the 'crime' PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - The force identified the officer killed in the explosion in Syria as Colonel Davoud Jafari, who it said was working for the Guard. The statement warned Israel will answer for the 'crime'.
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! An explosion in Syria has killed an official with Iran's paramilitary Revolutionary Guard, the force said on its website Wednesday, blaming Israel for the killing.The force identified the officer killed as Colonel Davoud Jafari, who it said was working for the Guard.The statement warned that Israel will answer for what it called the 'crime'.'Colonel Davoud Jafari, one of Iran's military advisers in Syria and a member of the Guards' aerospace arm, was killed with a makeshift bomb planted by the roadside near Damascus [on Monday] by associates of the Zionist [Israeli] regime,' the Tasnim news agency in Iran reported, citing a statement from the Guards. An explosion in Syria has killed an official with Iran 's paramilitary Revolutionary Guard (pictured), the force said on its website Wednesday. The force identified the officer killed as Colonel Davoud Jafari, who it said was working for the GuardIt said Jafari was killed on Monday 'by associates of the Zionist regime' - its term for Israel, a country with which Iran has waged a shadow war of attacks, assassinations and acts of sabotage.Iran has been a main supporter of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad during the country's 11-year civil war and has sent thousands of Iran-backed fighters from around the region to fight alongside his forces. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Iranian protesters 'hurl petrol bombs at birthplace of... Kremlin urges Turkey not to 'destabilise' Syria after.
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.. Share this article Share Dozens of Iranian forces have been killed in the war, though Tehran has long said it has only military advisory role in Syria.Israeli officials have said in the past that they will work on preventing Iran's entrenchment in Syria, especially in the country's south near Syria's Israeli-occupied Golan Heights.Israel has reportedly carried out multiple strikes in Syria in recent months.They include one that killed five government troops in Damascus, and two that caused significant damage to the airport in the second city of Aleppo.In March, the Guards announced the deaths of two high-ranking officers killed in an Israeli attack in Syria, threatening to retaliate to avenge them.The U.N. nuclear watchdog said yesterday that Iran has begun enriching uranium to 60% purity at its Fordow nuclear plant and plans a vast expansion of its enrichment capacity, detailing the latest acceleration of Iran's atomic program over Western objections.The International Atomic Energy Agency was confirming Iranian reports of Tehran's step, taken in retaliation for the agency's criticism of Iran in a board of governors resolution last week.
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