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Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Syria conflict: Assad troops hit back in Aleppo

The BBC's Ian Pannell travelled with a convoy of rebels to Aleppo

In Washington, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton suggested that territorial gains made by the rebels would eventually result in a "safe haven" that would provide a base for further opposition action.
But reports from opposition activists in the northern province of Idlib, to the west of Aleppo, suggested that Syrian government forces were being moved to reinforce troop numbers in the city.
A rebel source, quoted by Reuters news agency, said thousands of soldiers were leaving the areas of Jebel al-Zawiya and Rami and heading for Syria's most populous city.
Government forces have already regained control of most areas of Damascus that were captured by rebels last week. There were renewed raids in the Tadamon, Qadam and Assali areas of the capital on Tuesday.
According to opposition activists, at least 130 people died in Tuesday's bloodshed across Syria, including 20 people in Aleppo.
In one of the deadliest incidents of the day, opposition activists reported that at least 20 worshippers were killed as they went into a mosque in a village close to the city of Hama.
Troops and militia loyal to President Assad left a roadblock and opened fire on the men who were arriving for evening prayers in Shariaa, one activist told Reuters news agency.
Elsewhere, 10 people were reported killed when a shell hit their car near Hama and a family was said to have died during a bombardment of Deraa in southern Syria.
Foreign journalists work under intense restrictions in Syria so reports by both sides are hard to verify.


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