Syria has threatened to retaliate over what it says was an Israeli air raid, which threatens to take the conflict beyond Syria's borders, as Washington warned that Iran was stepping up support for Damascus.
A UN Jeep crosses the border between Israel and Syria on January 31, 2103. Syria threatened on Thursday to retaliate over what it says was an Israeli air raid, as President Bashar al-Assad's allies rushed to denounce the strike that threatened to take the conflict beyond Syria's borders.
Israel maintained a stony silence over Syria's claims, as well as over separate reports that its jets had hit a weapons convoy near the Lebanon border.
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