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Syria News - Nov 22

By bartolo - Posted on 21 November 2012


Syria now running a war economy as conflict spreads - Reuters

Syria Opposition Aims to Raise $60 Billion for Rebuilding - Bloomberg

Rebel-controlled fields create mini oil boom in parts of Syria, Among the groups profiting from the wells are Jabhat al Nusra —


Canada waiting on new Syrian coalition to prove respect for religious minorities - calgaryherald

Aleppo rebel military council retract rejection of the Syrian National Coalition - Islam web - English

VIDEO: Aleppo Military Council recognizes the Syrian National Coalition - Youtube 

VIDEO: Syria's Coordination Committee discusses the National Coalition  - YouTube

Foreign Truck Bombers in Syria Highlight Risk of New al-Qaeda, Increasing numbers of foreign fighters joining the Syrian insurgency - Bloomberg

Interview with an Al-Nusra Front commander – Al Jazeera

VIDEO: Syrian Rebels Take Control of Missiles - YouTube

VIDEO: Syrian rebels firing a Strela-2 (SA-7) Surface-to-air missile -


VIDEO: Kurds vs Syrian rebels: Report from Ras Al Ain -

VIDEO: Kurds vs Syrian rebels: Report from the city of Al-Qamishli -

VIDEO: Kurdish YPG Forces in Syria is ready to protect the Kurds - YouTube


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