DAMASCUS - The Syrian army has reported on Monday that has driven the rebels from suburbs in the northeast of Damascus. But the insurgents responded soon afterwards with the information that they, despite heavy attacks still sitting.
While rebels and government meet irregularly at the negotiating table, President Assad must watch as his opponents into the capital are active armed. To the rebels to drive out there the last few days was literally heavy artillery deployed. Moreover warplanes appeared over the city who carried five hundred flights, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
In the districts of Jobar and al-Qaboun found significant demolitions carried out by the use of mortars. No details were given on both sides over the loss of human lives.
President Assad has been doing to eighteen months with the help of Russians, Iranians and Shiite militias to drive out the rebels. Although lately successes, namely to stand the rebels in several places.