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 Deir Ezzor: blast kills army general, wounds two soldiers

Deir Ezzor: blast kills army general, wounds two soldiers

An army general was killed and two soldiers wounded in a blast attack in the eastern province of Deir Ezzor, pro-regime activists said Tuesday. Social media accounts have mourned Brig. Gen Hassan Hamoudi, originally from coastal Tartus province, saying he died 'defending his nation...

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57 forces from Assad's coastal region killed in March: activists

57 forces from Assad's coastal region killed in March: activists

(Zaman Al Wasl)- At least 57 forces from Bashar al-Assad's coastal region were killed in March mostly by opposition forces in northern Syria, according to pro-regime accounts. The death toll has included 28 officers, 18 from Tartus province and 10 from Latakia province.  Two of...

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Homs: Assad army buries dozens of slain troops in Firdaus cemetery

Homs: Assad army buries dozens of slain troops in Firdaus cemetery

 (Zaman Al Wasl)- The Syrian regime army has buried tens of slain troops in the Firdaus cemetery in central Homs city on Sunday, activists told Zaman al-Wasl.  At least 350 Syrian army troops and officers were killed in the past four weeks in northern Syria, mostly killed in...

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Activists say 350 regime troops killed in four weeks

Activists say 350 regime troops killed in four weeks

(Zaman Al Wasl)- At least 120 regime forces from coastal Latakia and Tartus provinces have killed by the Turkish army, such a death toll is expected to rise as Turkish Defense Ministry says Bashar al-Assad's deaths are exceeded 2500. At least 350 Syrian army troops and officers were...

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