Israel Attacked a Palestinian Headquarters; Missing Aircraft Located; A Su-27 Intercepts US and Swedish Planes
PANAGYURISHTE, (BulgarianMilitary.com) – Israeli forces attacked a Palestinian security headquarters in the city of Nablus in the occupied West Bank, MEMO reported.
According to the Governor of Nablus Ibrahim Ramadan, a group of Israeli soldiers surrounded the building and blockaded it while opening fire from three sides before they withdrew from the area. In the overnight attack, one Palestinian security guard was wounded in the hand.
“This is not the first time and will not be the last that the occupation army harms our people, but the dangerous part in this incident is that a Palestinian military headquarters was targeted,” Ramadan told the official Palestinian Authority’s (PA) news site Wafa.
Wreckage of Missing An-32 Aircraft Located
An An-32 of the Indian Air Force went missing on 03 Jun 2019 after getting airborne from Air Force Station, Jorhat Assam.
The wreckage of the aircraft was spotted today 16 Kms North of Lipo, North East of Tato at an approximate elevation of 12000 ft by the IAF Mi-17 Helicopter undertaking search in the expanded search zone, Indiaan Defence Ministry reported.
Efforts are now continuing to establish the status of occupants and establish survivors. Further details will be communicated as the recovery actions progress.
Russia’s Su-27 fighter intercepts US, Swedish spy jets over the Baltic Sea
A Su-27 fighter jet was scrambled on Monday to intercept US and Swedish reconnaissance planes near Russia’s border over the Baltic Sea where NATO is holding drills, and escorted the jets to prevent the violation of Russia’s state border, the Defense Ministry said on Tuesday, TASS reported.
“On June 10, the Russian airspace control services over the neutral waters of the Baltic Sea detected two air targets approaching Russia’s state border. A Su-27 fighter jet of the Baltic Fleet’s Air Defense Forces was scrambled to intercept the targets,” the statement said.
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Source: TASS, MEMO, Reuters