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The outlet says that these two crates were in Dahiyeh temporarily before being transferred to the factory where the actual work on the precision missile project was being done.
A Lebanese army soldier walks past military intelligence intelligence investigators as they inspect the scene where two drones came down in the vicinity of a Hezbollah media center in the south of the capital Beirut, August 25, 2019.
Her Cypriot lawyer Nicoletta Charalambidou informs the court that she will request that the Cypriot attorney general suspends criminal proceedings against her client on the grounds that her rape claim retraction was coerced.
The teenager was also represented at the Famagusta District Court in Paralimni in southeast Cyprus by British lawyer Lewis Power QC with Michael Polak from British legal aid group Justice Abroad supporting the legal team.
According to the Times, the blast struck two crates that were carrying materials for Hezbollah’s program to turn its stock of simple rockets into precision-guided missiles — a prospect that is of deep concern to Israel as it would significantly increase the threat posed by these projectiles.
One of the crates contained a computerized control unit and the other held a mixer used to make solid-state fuel, the Times reports.
It suspended Turkey’s participation in the F-35 program and has threatened sanctions against Ankara.
(Maxim Shipenkov/Pool Photo via AP) A drone attack on a Hezbollah stronghold in Beirut that has been attributed to Israel targeted the Lebanese terror group’s precision missile project, the British Times newspaper reports.Turkey took delivery of the first battery of the Russian-made system last month, despite strong objections from its NATO ally, the United States.Washington says the Russian system is incompatible with NATO and poses a threat to the US-led F-35 fighter jet program.In the predawn hours of Sunday morning, two drones crashed in the Dahiyeh neighborhood of Beirut.
One of them was reportedly brought down by teens pelting it with rocks, the other exploded while still in the air, causing damage.“The third phase (of freezing nuclear obligations) will start on September 6,” Zarif tells the German Sueddeutsche Zeitung in an interview published today, according to Iran’s Tasnim news agency.