Syrian air strike kills 10 rebels near Lebanon border

The Syrian air force raided a rebel position near a border crossing between Syria and Lebanon Monday, killing 10 and injuring 15 others, a media report said.

Damascus: The Syrian air force raided a rebel position near a border crossing between Syria and Lebanon Monday, killing 10 and injuring 15 others, a media report said.

The air strike targeted a position of the armed militant groups at the al-Zamarani border crossing, Xinhua reported without giving more detail.

The Syrian troops have repeatedly engaged with militants who were sneaking in and out of Syria through neighbouring Lebanon.

In another incident, 11 militants were killed when the Syrian troops destroyed a factory for manufacturing explosive devices and improvised rockets in Idlib province's Sarkeh town, SANA news agency reported.

The Syrian government troops killed tens of other "terrorist" in the central province of Hama, Idlib and the northern countryside of the coastal city of Latakia, the state news agency further added.

Battles between the Syrian troops and an array of armed militant groups have been ongoing in several Syrian cities as part of the ongoing conflict that has killed over 190,000 people and displaced millions of others over the span of the almost four-year- old crisis.  

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