One day after an Israeli airstrike killed two in a Damascus research facility, Syrians are still reeling, warning the U.N. of a potential "surprise" response. On Syrian TV Thursday, officials denounced the attack as a violation of the military disengagement agreement formed between the two nations in 1974."Syria holds Israel and those who protect it in the Security Council fully responsible for the results of this aggression and affirms its right to defend itself, its land and sovereignty." U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon voiced his "grave concern" about the possible escalation of violence in war-torn Syria, where an estimated 60,000 have been killed since March 2011.
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