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Israeli Spy Devices on Tartous Coast to Trace Russian Ships
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Tartous A Syrian military source told Al-Manar TV that three Israeli spy devices were discovered in Al-Naml (ants) Island, an uninhabited island in the coastal area of Tartous.

The source added that the “eavesdropping devices’ job is to send information and trace Russian ships landing in Tartous coast.”

Al-Naml (ants) island is a 150 square meters island located south of Arwad Island where only fishermen visit often for rest.

Source: Al Manar TV

07-03-2013 - 12:10 Last updated 07-03-2013 - 12:10 | 4164 View
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