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    Former al-Qaeda fighters seize TOW missiles depot west of Aleppo

    | 2017-08-13 02:11:28
    Former al-Qaeda fighters seize TOW missiles depot west of Aleppo

    (Zaman al Wasl)- Former al-Qaeda group in Syria stormed Nour el-Din al-Zinki bases in the western countryside of Aleppo city, arresting senior commanders and seizing control of U.S. TOW missiles, sources told Zaman al-Wasl on Saturday.

    Hayat Tahrir al-Sham attacked the rebel group depots and seize all TOW missiles. Such a move will endorse Donald Trump’s policy in cutting off CIA's arms programme over fears it will be ended with militant groups.

    Nor al-Din al-Zinki defected the Islamist alliance of Tahrir al-Sham three week ago after the formerly known as Nusra Front clashed with Ahrar al-Sham movement, ended up by uprooting moderate group from Idlib province and a territory along the Turkish border.

    Keywords:  Syra Qaeda
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