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US Officials Investigate Security Breach Following Leak of Classified Military and Intelligence Documents
Classified military and intelligence documents, including details on Ukraine's air defenses and Israel's Mossad spy agency, have been leaked online, with U.S. officials trying to identify the source. While some Western security experts and U.S. officials suspect it could be someone from the United States, others say pro-Russian elements could be behind the leak. The Pentagon has referred the issue to the Department of Justice, which has opened a criminal investigation. The authenticity of the documents has not been independently verified, and some may have been doctored to mislead investigators or disseminate false information. Investigations are ongoing, looking at motivations for leaking such sensitive information.
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Israel has said that it attacked targets in Syria after six rockets were launched from Syrian territory towards Israel. After the second barrage of three rockets, Israeli fighter jets attacked Syrian army sites, including a compound of Syria's 4th Division and radar and artillery posts. There were no reports of casualties. The rocket firings came after days of escalating violence on multiple fronts over tension in Jerusalem and an Israeli police raid on the city's most sensitive holy site. A Damascus-based Palestinian group loyal to the Syrian regime claimed responsibility for launching the three missiles on Saturday. His death came at a time of unusually heightened violence in the West Bank. Over 90 Palestinians and have been killed by Israeli fire so far this year. Palestinian attacks on Israelis have killed 19 people in that time.
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