Syrian Army Plane Crashes near Idlib, 35 Killed
Damascus: Military plane has been crashed near north-western Idlib province in Syria, killed at least 35 troops while Syrian rebels claimed that they shot it down.
According to foreign news agency the plane carrying Syrian soldiers has been crashed in the north-western Idlib province of Syria killed 35 troops, the plane was reportedly trying to land at Abu al-Duhur military airport over bad weather conditions.
Government authorities have confirmed the crash saying that Plane was carrying ammunition, weapons and soldiers has fell down and destroyed over heavy fog killing all 35 Syrian soldiers on board, however, Army officials didn’t give any statement in this regard.
On the other side al-Nusra rebels, linked to al-Qaeda, have claimed that they shot down the military plane and also posted some of pictures of dead soldiers on social networking site twitter.
In past Islamic State militants and Al-Qaeda rebels in Syria did many deadliest operations against Syrian army including suicide attacks, targeted bombings and shooting down army planes which killed many of troops and injured hundreds.