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Syria: Rebel Fighters Are Becoming Radicalised

Aleppo : Syria | Oct 27, 2012 at 10:45 PM PDT
Source: Sky News
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The Syrian rebels have all but given up on military intervention by the West but after 18 months of grinding battle and a feeling they have been abandoned by the international community, they are making their own bombs and weapons and becoming much more self-sufficient. FULL ARTICLE AT Sky News
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