Syrian Army attacked across the country

Syrian Army attacked across the country

Aleppo : Syria | Apr 05, 2012 at 4:35 AM PDT
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(08-17-11) Anadan | Aleppo | Security Forces Entering the City

Syrian troops have deployed a series of attacks on several towns across the country on 5-4. It seems that this is the command of President Bashar al-Assad to uprooted the insurgency before the ceasefire takes effect on 10-4.

According to the Syrian Human Rights groups, government troops clashed with soldiers in the town deserted and Anadan Hraytan in the north, near the second largest city of Aleppo. The group said fighting also occurred in Douma suburb of the capital Damascus and Kfar Shams village in the south.

Mr. Mohammed Abu Nasr, an activist in Hraytan, including the town of 50,000 persons were attacked with tanks and helicopters from 5-4 5 am (local time). Three hours later, the siege was tightened on the hundreds of soldiers entered the town.

Meanwhile, a video upload to see black smoke rising from several areas of the town Anadan. A resident said Anadan was attacked on the morning of 5-4. In other footage can hear gunfire continuously, mixed language of prayer from the mosque through the loudspeaker system.

Also in Douma, dawn of loud gunfire and artillery. Smoke near the main church of the Douma, while government troops the support tanks onto.

The opposition said that the attack is new evidence that President Assad is trying to destroy the enemy before the cease-fire takes effect at the peace plan of Mr. Kofi Annan. In days 4-4, the opposing team statistics more than 50 people across Syria. This figure is 170 people last week.

5-4 the same day, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Moscow would support the actions of the Security Council on Syria if it does not include an ultimatum for the Assad government.Specifically, Mr. Lavrov said Russia could vote to pass if the Security Council expressed its support to the peace plan of Mr. Annan.

Russia and China has twice vetoed draft resolutions of the Security Council on Syria. But recently, Moscow strongly supported the Annan plan and constantly urge President Assad to accept the plan.

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Syrian Army attacked across the country
A butcher shop is still trading in the bullet holes in the suburbs of Damascus on 3-4. Photo: AP
Le Thi Bich Lan is based in Vũng Tàu, Đông Nam Bộ, Vietnam, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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