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Syria opposition to fight 'until liberation': Sabra

AFP , Wednesday 5 Jun 2013
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Rebels fighting Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's regime will fight "until the whole country is liberated," opposition chief George Sabra said Wednesday, after the army and Hezbollah fighters overran the strategic town of Qusayr.

"We say to the heroes in the Free Syrian Army: this is a small juncture, in which you proved your rare heroism. It will be followed by the liberation of the whole country," Sabra said.

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