Another former leader of the Free Syrian Army has been struck down by assassins, as he travelled from Damascus back to Daraa reports Alsouria Net.
Free Syrian Army
The Free Syrian Army is a Syrian opposition group, founded during the Syrian Civil War on 29 July 2011 by seven or eight former officers of the Syrian Armed Forces who said their goal was to bring down the Assad government. — Wikipedia
Adham al-Kurd has said that the settlement agreements made with Russian support have not help the south and have only fuelled further violence writes Al-Araby Al-Jadeed.
The Turkish-backed Free Syrian Army now poses a new threat to residents of villages in the Hassakeh governorate, according to Al Arabiya.
Israel strikes Syrian army targets after border unrest
Syrian doctors fear conscription into the Syrian army lasting a year and a half, writes North Press.
Tensions already high after strikes on Syrian army positions
Syrian state media says three soldiers killed as Israeli military says it bombed Iranian and Syrian army targets.
Assad forces defector Sami Al-Kurdi has been acquitted of crimes against humanity, writes Al-Souria Net.
Three members of the al-Masalmeh group, who were previously in the Free Syrian Army, were gunned down in Daraa, making them the latest to be assassinated writes Nadaa Syria.
A German court refuses to grant asylum to Syrian refugees who choose to not conscript to the Syrian army, writes The Levant News.
The regime has been stopped from searching for wanted people in Daraa al-Balad, following clashed with former FSA members reports Enab Baladi.
Israel have conducted an aerial attack against Syrian military targets in southern Syria, following attacks in the Golan Heights reports Al-Araby Al-Jadeed.
It was announced that Abu Risha has died after suffering from a heart attack, making him the most recent regime commander to die from health complications reports Shaam News.