The Israeli air force launched another missile strike on the vicinity of Aleppo International Airport in Syria in the early hours of 22 March. This marks the second attack on the civilian airstrip since a 7.7 magnitude earthquake devastated the region.
The airport has been one of the primary channels for the flow of humanitarian aid into Syria after the earthquake.
The recent attack has put the airport out of service and is hindering the delivery of life-saving aid. The UN has expressed concern about the closure of the airport, which could have drastic humanitarian consequences for the millions of people affected by the earthquake.nfl pro shop adult sex toys chiefs super bowl wins best nfl custom jersey adidas shoe sales nfl chiefs nike air jordan 4 oil green nike air max excee women cheap adidas shoes adidas yeezy foam runner lingerie and sex toys nfl jersey adidas outlet store chiefs super bowl wins best sex toys for women
Israeli officials had previously warned against Iranian aid deliveries for disaster-stricken Syria, claiming Tehran sought to send weapons and equipment to Hezbollah. Israel has been launching attacks inside Syria for nearly a decade, allegedly targeting suspected Iranian and Hezbollah positions.