AMMAN – The rebels are fighting the Syrian President, Bashar Al-Assad (pictured) near an intelligence agency’s headquarters in the city of Aleppo, north of the country yesterday.
According to witnesses, several helicopters bombarding some areas in Damascus in an effort to dislodge the rebels.
The battle occurred in some other parts of Aleppo, which is a hub for trade and industry.
“The sound of explosion could be heard from several different places that rocked the city.
” An exchange of fire fighting incidents occurred involving close to the National Security headquarters in the district of al-Mouhafaza since morning, “said a housewife to a Reuters news agency over the phone.
Meanwhile, a senior U.S. official said Washington to allocate U.S. $ 100 million ( RM314.95 million) to Jordan to help tens of thousands of Syrians who had fled their country.
According to Human Rights Monitoring Group to Syria, more than 19,000 people have been killed in Syria since the rise of the people against the rule of Bashar started in last year.
“At least 19.106 people were killed, mostly civilians, since March last year,” said a staff group, Rami Abdel Rahman told AFP news agency . ” / span> The amount involved civilians 13.296, 4.861 and 949 renegade soldiers Bashar.
“The number does not include the thousands of missing persons in custody,” he said.