Minaret of famed mosque in Syria destroyed
The 11th-century minaret of a famed mosque that towered over the narrow stone alleyways of Aleppo's old quarter collapsed Wednesday as rebels and government troops fought pitched battles in the streets around it, depriving the ancient Syrian city of one of its most important landmarks.
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#1 Apr 25, 2013
not defending the syrian government regime BUT the same "news" media posting pictures of child rebel soldiers and rebel fighter moms call those same fighers "civilians" when they are killed in battle with the government soldiers.
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