An ISIS fighter inspecting a military truck in Raqqa, Syria August 7, 2014. (AP Photo/Raqqa Media Center)
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Five Syrian pro-government activists have been arrested for criticizing the intelligence services and Defense Ministry over the loss of key military bases and the deaths of soldiers, an activist group said Tuesday.The fifth, Mudar Khadur, was arrested in Damascus after launching a social media campaign calling for information on the fate of soldiers at bases overrun by jihadists.Militants from the jihadist ISIS seized three bases in northern Raqqa province in July and August, killing dozens of soldiers, including some who were decapitated.According to the Observatory, at least 2,366 Syrian soldiers were killed in July and August alone, more than 800 of them in jihadist attacks, with others still missing.
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