File photo shows Syrian soldiers deployed in Arida, Syria, seen from the northern Lebanese village of Wadi Khaled near the border with Syria.(The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Wounded rebels fleeing fierce battles over the border in Syria were brought to Lebanese hospitals Thursday, as Syrian regime forces captured the nearby historic citadel of Krak des Chevaliers.Syrian regime forces chased the fleeing militants across Rajm Hussein, a small hamlet on the outskirts of Wadi Khaled, engaging them in fierce fighting, the sources said.The sources said several Syrian rockets hit towns bordering Wadi Khaled during the dawn ambush.Angry residents briefly blocked the road to the Abboudiyeh border crossing and to Halba, Akkar, in protest against the Syrian shelling of Wadi Khaled.
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