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ISIL and FSA reciprocally control Oil field FSA controls gas factory PAGE 2 Kassab battle continues..

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Two-third of Syria`s chemicals shipped out

Fierce battle in Homs PAGE 2

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Syrian Islamic Council formed


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ISIL and FSA reciprocally control Oil field ISIL is trying to control Deir al-Zour province, by clamping down FSA and Al-Nusra Front, Opposition sources reported. Syrian army attacks other areas using Deir al-Zour military airport as a base. Clashes continue between FSA and ISIL in Mwelh and Hosin villages in an attempt to advance towards oil fields, with difficulties in sight as many brigades and battalions are camping around.

Fierce battle in Homs

Two people were killed, 5 others injured in two car explosions in Akrama and Wadi Dahab neighborhoods in Homs, while other places were targeted by mortars shells leaving injuries and material damage, according to Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.Furthermore, clashes continue in Jouret Shiah and Alqarabees , as Syrian warplanes conducted several air raids, An opposition source reported that a military confrontation will start within days, with rejection for any reconciliation.

FSA controls gas factory

Battles continue between Syrian army and militants in northern Al-Zahra neighborhoods and Air Force Intelligence buildings, as FSA controlled Sadcob factory in Aleppo after fierce clashes with Syrian army.

Kassab battle continues..

Syrian army took over Sidreen Mountain, “Btshalma” opposite to Kassab city. In another context “Ahrar al-Sham” brigade

talked about the death of its commander “Abu Ali Zeibaq” in Latakia countryside who was killed in “Anfal” battle.


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Mortar shells in Damascus 1 child was killed and 41 others injured in mortar shells hit Al-Manar school in Bab Toma area in Damascus, while other places in Damascus and its provinces still suffer from mortar shells attack.

Two-third of Syria`s chemicals shipped out

“Syria has already shipped out two-thirds of all stockpiles of chemical weapons. It is impor-

tant to complete the process as soon as possible”, according to the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW).”Russia and USA have provided sufficient materials and equipment for implementing this process, recalling that the delays were caused by the militants’ attacks.

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Mustafa … Toxic gas replaces explosive barrels Defense Minister in the Interim Government Assad Mustafa revealed that Iranian experts working in the Security Institution in Damascus developed bombs containing toxic gases to be used as substitute for explosive barrels, adding that these gases have already been used in Syria, like Jobar and Rankous, pointing out that such attempts come as a reaction to rebels’ victories in Aleppo. He also refutes the Regime’s accusations that the delays of chemical weapons transporting were caused by the militants’ attacks.

American spy planes to help opposition in Kassab

Syrian Islamic Council formed

Syrian scientists with various members of Islamic associations declared the formation of “Syrian Islamic Council”.

Intelligence reports revealed that U.S. participated in Kassab battle through US officers working with both Turkish and Qatari intelli-

gences, adding that American spy planes had provided armed groups with information about Syrian army’s movements.


Daily newsletter e no448 15 4 2014