At least 23 soldiers were killed and nine dissidents in Syria during clashes which took place between government forces and rebels in the city dissidents Rast on Monday, May 14. Even 40 people were injured due to bombings that preceded it.
Information about the dead soldiers from the Syrian Human Rights Watch, based in London, while the figures for the dead dissidents released by rebels operating in the area.
The information has not been established because of restrictions imposed on foreign journalists by the government of President Bashar al-Assad.
The Rast located about 180 kilometers north of the capital Damascus and 30 km north of Homs, a city is a bastion of revolution against the regime Assad.
The government has repeatedly invaded dreadlocks, but in recent weeks insurgents have begun to regain control.