Syria: Rebels try to capture key areas outside Aleppo

Syria: Rebels try to capture key areas outside Aleppo

Aleppo : Syria | Jul 30, 2012 at 11:57 PM PDT
Source: Zee News
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41 Zeenews Bureau Beirut: As the battle between the Syrian government and rebels entered the fourth day, rebel fighters used tanks that were captured by them from the Syrian government forces and tried to take over a key road that leads to the Turkish border. FULL ARTICLE AT Zee News
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The Syrian army says it has overrun Salaheddin in Aleppo, although the rebels have denied the claim
The Syrian army says it has overrun Salaheddin in Aleppo, although the rebels have denied the claim
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