World Bulletin / News Desk
Anadolu news agency (AA) team filmed the preparations of opponents for the ongoing clashes between Free Syrian Army (FSA) and Al-Assad's forces.
Opponents get ready for hours with the marching music.
In the Salah al-din neighbourhood of Aleppo, heavy conflicts between the FSA and government's forces continue.
One of the local activists from the Salah al-din, Mecid Abdunnur, spoke to AA.
Abdunnur focused on the extensity of the area and said, "Neither FSA nor Syrian army, nobody dominates the whole Salah al-din area at the moment."
Abdunnur stated that during Friday's clashes FSA killed nearly 100 Syrian army soldiers and he added that Syrian army drop bombs by jet planes or helicopters on the places where it cannot gain control.
Furthermore, Syrians near the Turkish border who struggle with the lack of essential needs and goods, try to supply their needs from Turkish town of Kilis.
Syrians go to the Turkish border and get bottled gas cylinders and several other basic goods and take them to their country.
Sevket Memiler, chairman of Kilis Union of Chamber of Merchants and Craftsmen, told AA that because of the power cuts in Syria, Syrians have high demand for getting bottled gas cylinders. He stressed that they try to help Syrians as much as they can for providing all their needs.
One of the biggest armed opposition groups of the Aleppo region in Syria, the Tawheed brigade's commander Abdulaziz Selame told AA that soldiers of the FSA' unit under the Tawheed brigade attacked Syrian army's commandoes coordination centre in Tel Shagiyb region of Aleppo, killing 25 Syrian army soldiers.
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