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Syrian Army dismantled explosives
Syrian Army dismantled explosives

Syria Official reports Ambushes & Killings by Armed Groups

(Dp-news)

SYRIA- The Syrian army Tuesday dismantled an explosive device planted under a pipeline transporting crude oil to the Homs refinery in northern Syria, the state-run Syrian news agency SANA said.

The agency, citing a military source, said the device contained 25 kilograms of TNT and was set to explode by a remote device. The device was carefully prepared, camouflaged and placed in a manner to cause maximum damage to the pipeline, the report said.

“The people behind such an act were 'saboteurs trying to destabilize the country,” the official report stated. On July 29, a similar bomb exploded in the oil pipeline in Telkalakh area, causing a 15-metre crater and oil spill in the area.



Also on Tuesday, SANA reported “Four law enforcement members were martyred and 18 others injured in an ambush set up by armed terrorist group while on their way back to their unit at el-Dahiriyeh crossroads in Hama.”

An official source at the governorate told SANA correspondent that gunmen opened fire at two buses carrying law-enforcement forces near the crossroads, causing one bus to crash.

Another Armed terrorist group killed Mrs. Absiyeh al-Jadi, 50-year old, from Deir al-Gharbi, east to Maarat al-Nu'man city, with a gunshot.

The mother was trying to prevent gunmen from abducting her son, a conscript at the Syrian Army, and filming him as a defected army member which caused her immediate death.

A source at the governorate police command told SANA correspondent that the armed group members stormed Mrs. Absiyeh's home and opened fire at the family members, causing the martyrdom of the mother.

Medical sources at Maarat al-Nu'man National Hospital said the woman died because of a gunshot to the chest while the injury of the father and his son is mild.

SANA correspondent in Idleb said that armed terrorist groups attacked a number of schools and teachers in Idleb countryside with the aim of forcing students to leave and hinder the educational process in the city.

In the same context, Assistant Director of Homs Education Department Ma'ayouf al-Diyab refuted news broadcast by some instigating satellite channels on the killing of 5 students at a school in Homs countryside today, describing it as "untrue and baseless".

Seven martyrs of the army, security forces and police were escorted on Tuesday too from Tishreen Military Hospital and Homs Military Hospital to their final resting place after they were targeted by armed terrorist groups in Homs, Hama, Daraa and Damascus Countryside.

Solemn processions were held for the martyrs as they were covered with the Syrian flag and the flowers, and the mourners were chanting slogans greeting the martyr and the motherland while the Military Band was playing the Music of the "Martyr" and the "Farewell".

Late on Tuesday, SANA reported “A law-enforcement member was martyred on Tuesday and three others were wounded after they were shot by armed terrorist groups near Khadija al-Kubra School in al-Qosour neighborhood in Homs.

SANA Correspondent mentioned that gunmen also opened fire on a patrol of the law-enforcement forces near Homs National Hospital and no human causalities were reported.”

Reports and news abroad at foreign media agencies said that “Syrian security forces stormed the area of Bab Amro in the Homs region, killing four people,' Rami Abdel Rahman of the spokesman of the London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights told the German press agency dpa.

He added that a number of people were wounded in Homs.

'One policeman was shot and killed in Homs by unknown assailants in Homs as well,' he said adding that the Syrian regime is still carrying out a wave of 'random arrests' in the provinces of Daraa and Homs.

He said there several student protests were held in Banias and Daraya, with pupils chanting: 'We will not go to schools or study until this regime is gone.'

Independent verification of demonstrations is nearly impossible, with all foreign journalists banned from Syria since the unrest began.

Syria has been rocked by protests against President al-Assad’s regime that began in Daraa on March 15 and triggered a brutal crackdown in which the United Nations says 2,600 people have been killed. Officially, Syrian government claims its security forces are battling terrorists, intent on targeting civilians and fomenting unrest.
International media agencies and media outlets keep saying “None of the incidents could be independently authenticated as most foreign journalists have been banned from Syria.”

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