mortar fire


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artillery fire delivered by a mortar

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On Saturday night, Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists opened mortar fire at Jermana, killing a girl and wounding four people.
OCCUPIED JERUSALEM: The Israeli air force hit Syrian government forces after mortar fire from its war-wracked neighbor struck the Israeli-occupied zone of the Golan Heights Sunday, the military said.
And mortar fire struck houses in Abu Ghraib, west of Baghdad, killing two people and wounding at least seven, officials said.
Ramadi / NINA / A security source in Anbar announced on Sunday that the government compound in Ramadi came under mortar fire carried out by the IS organization.
Israel launched at least 10 air strikes in response to rocket and mortar fire from Gaza.
In the capital, meanwhile, two people were killed when mortar fire struck the Damascus Opera House.
Red Crescent volunteers said mortar fire landed close to their convoy and shots were fired at trucks, wounding one driver.
This includes the M95/M96 mortar fire control system mounted (MFCS-M), the M150/M151 mortar fire control system-dismounted (MFCS-D), and the M326 mortar stowage kit (MSK).
Contract award: self-propelled 120 mm mortar system of heavy weapons (mortars), mortar fire control equipment and its installation, mortar fire monitoring and adjustment of equipment and command and control systems, equipment purchase.
Mansour Al-Turki, Interior Ministry spokesman, said Iraq, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia were investigating the mortar fire.
Summary: The number of people killed in Iraqi in September increased after militants attacked local government and police buildings in northern Iraq with suicide bombs and mortar fire on September 24, sparking clashes that killed a further 14 people among 24 deaths nationwide.
18 ( ANI ): It has been revealed that the Syrian rebels use Apple's iPad to guide mortar fire in the country's brutal civil war.
At least 13 people, including rebels, were killed in these raids and in artillery and mortar fire by the army.
The IOF closed Mount Hermon to visitors following the mortar fire and lodged a complaint with the United Nations Disengagement Observation Force (UNDOF) that is stationed in the Golan Heights.
In a written statement, Mr Martin said: "The fighting and level of violence we witnessed that morning was catastrophic, with hand-to-hand fighting, grenades being thrown, buildings being set on fire with loyalist troops still inside and incoming mortar fire coming from miles away.