Up to 10 missiles were destroyed by the Syrian Armed Forces, a military source told Sputnik.
Syrian state-run television says Syria's air defenses have confronted a new "aggression", shooting down missiles over the area of Homs in the country's center. According to the Russian Defense Ministry, 71 out of 103 cruise missiles were shot down by Syria's air defense units.
A military source added the Syrian military believes Israeli warplanes were responsible. Reports of that attack had been swirling on social media before the announcement.
It is now unclear what the airstrike was targeting.
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There are now no reports of targets hit in Damascus.
Syrian government air defenses have shot down missiles targeting Shayrat Airbase in the western province of Homs, state media reported on Tuesday.
The Pentagon said there was no United States military activity in the area at the time.
The air strikes came in response to a suspected gas attack in Douma, outside Damascus, earlier this month in which the World Health Organization has said 43 people who died suffered "symptoms consistent with exposure to highly toxic chemicals".
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A satellite image shows the Him Shinshar Storage site west of the city of Homs, Syria, April 14, 2018.
The recent incident follows a coordinated attack by the US, UK and France that saw over 100 missiles launched from US ships and UK Tornado fighter-bombers.
The combined force deployed 105 total weapons against three targets that will significantly impact the Syrian regime's ability to develop, deploy and use chemical weapons in the future.
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