August 20, 2012
Forces loyal to President Bashar al Assad have reportedly used helicopter gunfire and mortars in the battle for Aleppo, amid fresh claims British intelligence is helping rebel fighters to oust the Syrian leader.
According to an opposition official, information on Syrian troop movements is helping rebels launch successful attacks on regime forces in the second city, where both sides have been locked in fierce fighting for weeks.
“British intelligence is observing things closely from Cyprus,” the official told The Sunday Times.
“It’s very useful because they find out a great deal.
This article was posted: Sunday, August 19, 2012 at 3:49 am