The Lebanese news sitem Almanar News cites an anonymous source claiming that two missiles were fired by US forces in Spain towards Syria. They were detected by Russia, it sparked an international incident, so one was exploded in mid-air and the other was "diverted towards the sea" (presumably the Mediterranean sea)
I am skeptical of this.
The US has two military bases in Spain:
The closest distance between these military bases in Spain and Syria is about 4,000 km.
The ballistic missiles are quite loud when they are fired. Check this video.
So, how could such loud launch, from Andalusia in Spain or near Gibraltar, have been unnoticed given there are a lot of people living in south of Spain and a lot of airports with radars.
Are the claims made in the article possible?