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The Syrian army has said it shot down an Israeli jet, which it claimed had attacked a military target near Palmyra.
Israel said all its aircraft returned unscathed.
The Syrian army high command said the jet was struck by an anti-aircraft missile after it had flown back into Israeli-controlled territory.
It said it was one of four planes which "penetrated our air space at 2.40am (12.30 GMT) via Lebanese territory".
It added that an air defence unit hit another jet and "forced the rest to flee".