World Bulletin / News Desk
Opposition groups have seized 5,000 litres fuel in Aleppo where the clashes have been taking place between Al-Assad's army and Free Syrian Army for weeks.
Cuma Cakir, leader of opposition Turkmen group in Syria's largest city, Aleppo, told Anadolu Agency on Monday that they confiscated 5,000 litres oil at a fueling station that was under control of the Al-Assad's army.
In addition to this, we also seized two lorries, a light truck and a bulldozer, said Cakir.
Stating that Syrian army members were fleeing from their positions in the city, Cakir said that they did nothing to any of the regime supporters at the fueling station when they gained the control.
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