Syrian Rebel Stronghold Falls

The Syrian army's siege of Homs has ended when rebel fighters slipped away, according to residents of the city reached by ABC News by phone. Rebels fighting President Bashar al Assad's forces say they have pulled out of the rebel stronghold of Bab Amr, and a government official says the Syrian army now has control in the area. The Bab Amr district had endured nearly four weeks of shelling by tanks and artillery, as well as attacks from snipers, as part of the regime's campaign to crush...Full Story
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