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Battle for strategic Qusair: Syrian army, Hezbollah fight rebels for supply corridor

20.05.2013 12:27

Intense fighting is reported from the strategic Syrian town of Qusair, as rebels and government forces fight to control the area. Opposition activists say 30 members of Hezbollah were killed, while the government claims to have captured the area.

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Anonymous user 21.05.2013 09:53

Zero credibility RT. Saying it's getting worse when the Syrian Army and Lebanon work together.

Anonymous user 21.05.2013 08:35

Its a survival of the white race.control of resources ,wealth n minds of people.chk UN rpot on races

Anonymous user 21.05.2013 08:14

The rebels are israels puppets

 

Julie 21.05.2013 08:06

Please RT, disable all comments so that all these mindless, intelligence-disable d rascists stop placing these disgusting anti-humanity comments!!!

Anonymous user 21.05.2013 08:03

Syria and Lebanon just accomplished something that's never been seen before. The best!!!!!

Anonymous user 21.05.2013 08:02

BBC radio is giving air time to Washington Institute

Anonymous user 21.05.2013 07:50


Nena
Is the Russian-US proposed peace talks not just delaying tactics?

Anonymous user 21.05.2013 07:45

Way to go Syria and Lebanon! F-ck israhell!

Anonymous user 21.05.2013 07:16

Italian TV says that the "rebels" are winning!!!

Anonymous user 21.05.2013 07:12

NZ SAS member killed two days ago in Syria
That's excellent. You know there's other SAS.

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